Art/Law Features and Related Events

CfP Sensorial Legalities: Speculating Aesthetics and Art/Law Stream Critical Legal Conference Lund Deadline 30 June 2024

Stream conveners: Julia Chryssostalis, Yiorgos-Evgenios Douliakas, Swastee Ranjan and Lucy Finchett-Maddock While speculative thinking has been present throughout the history of ideas, its recent re-emergence as a site for critical and socio-legal theory has been grounded in developments in posthuman, new materialist and speculative realist thinking. These theoretical frameworks have broadened the understanding of law…

Helen Knowles’ Birth Rites Collection Summer School 2024

BRC Summer School is a unique program of lectures, workshops, seminars and one-to-one tutorials. Four intensive days will introduce you to the collection and facilitate a dialogue between you, your practice, and the artworks. The course is led by artist & BRC Curator Helen Knowles and artist Dr. Leni Dothan. This year, workshops include reflecting…

ON REALITY Symposium K21 The Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen Düsseldorf 18-19 May 2024

ON REALITY Symposium May 18-19, 2024 at K21, The Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf The event will be held in English / Veranstaltung in englischer Sprache Speakers: Stan Douglas (artist), Gabrielle Moser (art historian, writer, curator; York University Toronto, Canada), Sim Chi Yin (artist), Hannah Darabi (artist), Federico Campagna (philosopher; The Warburg Institute, London; Royal Academy Schools,…

CfP: Hacking Visual Culture University of Technology Sydney 4-6 December 2024

Intersections of art, creative practice, copyright, storytelling and technology. December 4th-6th, 2024, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Submissions are being sought for Hacking Visual Culture, a 2-day conference and exhibition hosted by the Faculty of Law and Creative Practice Research Group (Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). This…

TESTAMENT by Tarek Al-Shammaa and Yue Yin at The Bomb Factory London 12-22 April 2024

TESTAMENT – Tarek Al-Shammaa and Yue Yin at The Bomb Factory Covent Garden The Bomb Factory is pleased to present, TESTAMENT, a duo exhibition featuring the work of Holborn resident artists Tarek Al-Shammaa and Yue Yin, opening in our Covent Garden Gallery this Thursday 6-8pm. Shammaa and Yin’s works guide the viewer through a philosophical timeline of…

Artists at Risk Pavilion Artists. Risks. Humans. Rights UNESCO Venice Biennale April 17 – May 16 2024

Artists at Risk Pavilion Artists. Risks. Humans. Rights. with the support of UNESCO April 17–May 16, 2024 Preview launch: April 17–19 UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe Palazzo Zorzi Castello 4930 Venice Italy artistsatrisk.org www.perpetualmobile.org Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / #artistsatriskpavilion The Artists at Risk Pavilion with the support…

STATE OF PRINT: Contested Land-Space-Planet-Title March 22 2024

Friday, March 22 STATE OF PRINT: Contested Land-Space-Planet-Title Join Generator Projects and STATE OF PRINT for a one-day symposium exploring print practices, structures of ‘state’ and contested spaces. Agenda 09:30 – 09:45 Welcome: Introducing STATE OF PRINT Paul Harrison, Scott Hudson, Catherine Hehir and Noelle Noonan 09:45 – 10:45 Leena Nammari, Kate O’Shea, and Professor…

The Westminster Law School Degree Show Thursday 21 March 2024

You are warmly invited to this year’s Westminster Law School Degree Show. This is the 7th year in a row we are hosting the Law School Degree Show, a feast for all the senses where all final year law students are asked to create an artefact reflecting on their encounter with the law, justice and…

A Bedroom for Everyone Ed Webb-Ingall Peer Friday 10 February – 11 May 2024

Ed Webb-Ingall, A Bedroom for Everyone (2024). Installation view, Peer, London, 2024. Webb-Ingall’s ‘A Bedroom for Everyone’ was originally commissioned and produced by Grand Union, Birmingham. Photos: Andy Keate. In February 2024, Peer presents a new exhibition of animation and print works by filmmaker and researcher, Ed Webb-Ingall. Working with archival materials and methodologies drawn…

Edgelanders – Amsterdam on Trial De Appel Part III The Witnesses May 13–June 4 2024

De Appel has recently moved from Lely Broedplaats in Nieuwe West to Tempel Broedplaats in Diamantbuurt, since the former is due for renovation as part of the redevelopment and gentrification of the Nieuwe West neighbourhood. DeAppel has found another temporary home in a city where the struggle for (affordable) housing is a collective struggle. What…

Association for the Study of Law Culture and Humanities Lunchtime Zoom Series

Introducing the LCH Lunchtime Zoom Series Dear LCH members,   We are excited to announce an upcoming and hopefully ongoing series of monthly LCH lunchtime Zoom sessions that will allow our members to present and discuss their interdisciplinary legal research. We invite you to note the dates below and register for the sessions using the links…

Maybe ‘Art Not Evidence’ – the arguments for limiting the use of rap music as evidence in criminal trials Sussex Law School 7 March 2024

Maybe ‘ Art Not Evidence’ – the arguments for limiting the use of rap music as evidence in criminal trials. Please see the attached flyer and sign up information including more details about the topic and Keir’s fascinating background. I would be grateful if you could publicise this to students on your relevant course/module pages,…

CfP: 100 years of banning cameras in court SOAS University of London Deadline 5 April 2024

The law organises its operations in highly visual forms; it carefully curates and cultivates its own scopic regime. From courtroom architecture and rituals to ornate judicial costumes, law relies on images to convey its sovereignty, power, authority, legitimacy, authenticity and majesty. And yet, as scholars have shown, law’s relation with images remains deeply fraught. 2025…

Sonic Rebellions: Sound and Social Justice Symposium 5 June 2024 University of Brighton (UK) 12 June 2024 The London School of Economics (UK)

Sonic Rebellions: Sound and Social Justice Symposium 2024 5th June 2024, University of Brighton (UK) 12th June 2024, The London School of Economics (UK) About the Events In a collaboration between the University of Brighton and The London School of Economics, two successive Sonic Rebellions symposiums are bringing together sonic rebels to offer new perspectives…

IMMA ‘Right?’ Talk with Başak Ertür & Banu Cennetoğlu Saturday 24 Feb 2024

TALKS & SCREENING RIGHT? WITH BAŞAK ERTÜR & BANU CENNETOĞLU To coincide with presenting Right? by Banu Cennetoğlu, we invite critical legal scholar Başak Ertür to give a talk, followed by a conversation with the artist, and a screening of the documentary EREN, 2023. Join our guests as we explore interdisciplinary interests in the relationship…

‘Representing Law’ Research Committee on Sociology of Law (RCSL) Conference Bangor University September 2-6 2024

The Research Committee on the Sociology of Law (RCSL, https://rcsl.hypotheses.org/) is part of the International Sociological Association (ISA) and on this occasion hosted by Bangor University. Founded in 1884, Bangor is a medium-sized research university in a small city surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty. The School of History, Law and Social Sciences…

New School Public Program and Event Highlights February 2024

This newsletter features highlights from the robust line-up of public events happening at The New School in February. Be sure to visit the Events Calendar to view the full line up of lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and performances.   Missed an event? Check out our YouTube channel to view select events. FEBRUARY 1, 2024 AT 9:00 AM…

CfP Law Culture and Humanities 2024 Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference UBC May 17-18 2024

Call For Papers Every year, the Association holds it annual conference, usually a two-day affair, as well as a graduate student workshop, usually held on the day before the annual conference. You will find submission guidelines for the annual conference as well as directions to apply to the graduate student workshop below. These are handled…

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