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February 19, 2019

7th ENAG meeting ULiège/CIPA – Reappropriation(s) and the ENAG

Introduction

The topic of the Liège meeting is the (re)appropriation of forms and materials as a typical strategy of neo-avant-garde literature as manifested notably in collage, ready mades, cut-ups, found art, as well as reenactments and reinterpretations of already existing forms.

Location

Campus de Liège – Centre-ville – Zone du 20 août

Agenda

Monday March 25

A2 – room Moyen-Physique

2.15pm

Welcoming/Opening remarks

2.30pm-4pm

  • Rosemarie Brucher (Kunstuniversität Graz), “Günther Brus’ Confrontation with Madness and
    his Reappropriation of Viennese Modernism”
  • Hannah van Hove (VUB), “‘A very special sort of unreadable book’: Subverting the British
    Campus Novel in Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru”

[tea/coffee break]

4.30pm-5.15pm

Vera Viehöver (ULiège): “”späte loops aus der antike”. Thomas Kling’s Reappropriation of the Actaeon Myth”.

Tuesday March 26

A2 – room 3/22

10am-12.15am

Mathias Meert (VUB) “Peter Handke’s Re-appropriation of Pantomime”
Johan Gardfors (Göteborgs Universitet), “Poetry as Thing, Thought, and Event: Åke Hodell’s
Appropriation Works from the 1960s”
Thomas Pierrart (KULeuven): “Neo-avant-garde Recyclings of Imaginary Voyages”

[lunch]

A2 – Séminaire Cinéma

2pm-4pm : ENAG board meeting

http://enag.be/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/7th-ENAG-meeting-LIEGE.pdf

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