my lecture on the revitalization of the postindustrial landscape in japan took place at the university of economics, katowice PL today. a great venture and wonderful opportunity to discuss the potentials and challenges of art/architecture ventures as impulses for change and growth in the region.
join dominika’s lecture on artecoindustry, existent models for the revitaliziation of former industrial areas and artecoindustry’s objectives on the collaboration between the mining industry and the arts! “digging the earth: collaborative prospects between the mining industry and the arts” @ college of fine arts (cofa) the university of new south wales cnr of oxford st […]
dominika presented parts of her doctoral thesis on japanese-american artist isamu noguchi (1904-1988) and his approach to science and technology after world war II at this years’ AAANZ conference together <> apart in andrew mcnamara‘s panel modernism, everyday life and collective creativity. humanizing technology through art within a planetary society complicates one-sided narratives on noguchi’s […]
dominika attended anna paini’s survey of her anthropological fieldwork on kanak women from lifou, loyality islands, at the musée de nouvelle-caledonie. dr. anna maria paini, who works at the university of verona, gave an insight into the (vanishing) know-how of plaited mats made of pandanus (ixoe). anna’s talk initiates a series of lectures being part […]
dominika presented at the stimulating german scholarship on american art conference in paris and giverny, france 27-29 april, 2012: >>This collaborative, three-day seminar (by invitation only), a partnership between the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte and the Terra Foundation for American Art Europe, encourages interdisciplinary collaboration among emerging scholars in the history of American art and […]