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19.11.2021 20:00

Lezing

Pay what you can

Engagement Arts & KHG presenteren:
Petra Van Brabandt – The Female Nude

The Female Nude

In haar lezing The Female Nude zal Petra Van Brabandt het hebben over de beeldvorming van de vrouw in de Westerse kunstgeschiedenis en hoe die erfenis nog steeds nazindert in hoe we vandaag naar lichamen kijken en hoe deze beeldcultuur blijvend gerecupereerd wordt. En hoe dat bovendien allesbehalve onschuldig is.

Petra Van Brabandt is moraalfilosofe en hoofd onderzoek aan Sint-Lucas Antwerpen en docente in semiotiek en cultuurkritiek. Ze schrijft over pornografie, natte esthetiek en de relatie tussen kunst en politiek. Haar laatste boek Kunst of Pornografie is een filosofische verkenning waarin ze samen met Hans Maes zowel kunst als pornografie onder de loep neemt.

Deze lezing gaat door in het kader van een serie events door Engagement Arts en Kunsthal Gent.

Ook in deze reeks:

Donderdag 9 december, 19.30 - 22.00 (deuren: 19.00)
Een ongemakkelijk gesprek over kunst.
Gespreksleider: Peter Aers - meer info volgt.

Kunst of pornografie2