Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Philosophy of Motion Pictures Part II



"What is at stake, first of all, is an adventure
of vision, a conversion of the way of putting questions to any object
posed before us...." Derrida, Force and Signification


Dear Friends and Colleagues,



Art Comments is delighted to announce our participation with the BHQFU this summer. The Bruce High Quality Foundation University is continuing its education free-for-all with an exciting summer semester.


We invite you to join us tonight for our first class of the summer, Philosophy of Motion Pictures Part II, Wednesdays from 7:00 – 10:00PM. Doors open at 6:30pm.


Simply send us an email or fill out the form provided by the link on the syllabus if you would like to join us.



In a relaxed environment tonight, we will discuss the syllabus, class policies, and screen Danny Boyle's Sunshine. Feel free to bring snacks and drinks along.



Peter Duhon, director of Art Comments, and Mary Gagler are participating by curating a series of experimental workshops utilizing the provocative site of contemporary art, films and texts for rigorous discussions confronting and contesting hegemonic notions of representation, identity, authorship, and binary logic.



All BHQFU classes are free and open to the public. For details concerning the film course and other courses, click here. The school is sponsored by Creative Time.




Location: 225 West Broadway, NYC 10013 (located near the 1 train, Franklin Street stop, or A train, Canal Street)




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