“Screening Time: Art, Cinema, And The Culture Of 24/7″ By Film/Media Scholar Lutz Koepnick

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“Screening Time: Art, Cinema, And The Culture Of 24/7″ By Film/Media Scholar Lutz Koepnick
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BLAFFER Art Museum says
In conjunction with the Blaffer exhibition "Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Sound Speed Marker," we're honored to have Vanderbilt University scholar Lutz Koepnick, author of "On Slowness: Toward an Aesthetic of the Contemporary," joining us for a special lecture, "Screening Time: Art, Cinema, and the Culture of 24/7," followed by a Q&A with Hubbard / Birchler.

Koepnick's talk will discuss the time it takes to watch screen-based installation art today and explore the issue of roaming spectators and their ambient attention in today's exhibition spaces. Koepnick will use the work of Hubbard / Birchler, as well as of Sophie Calle, Douglas Gordon, and some works on view at the Venice Biennale, to explore how moving-image work today reckons with and reworks contemporary patterns of viewing shaped by ubiquitous screens and mobile screen uses.

Normally closed at 5 p.m., the museum will stay open late so guests can visit the exhibition, which closes Saturday, before being seated in Dudley Recital Hall, which is in the same building as Blaffer.
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