Gluzberg, Margarita, 2008, Conference or Workshop, Simultaneous Translation Through a Mouth Without Organs - Folie à Deux: Bacon and Deleuze at Folie à Deux: Bacon and Deleuze, Symposium, Tate Britain, 29 November 2008.
|Abstract or Description:||
This lecture was delivered as part of ‘Folie à Deux: Bacon and Deleuze’ at Tate Britain in December 2008. Gluzberg’s lecture concerned the relationships between artist and philosopher and between the conceptual archaeology of words and the motor of visual-material production. She discussed this idea of production and how Deleuze (and significantly Guattari, who was a ‘practitioner’ in his psychoanalyst role) are able, so successfully, to establish channels of possible translation between the two modes through their anatomy of matter. Gluzberg proposed the existence of a shared common project within the works of Deleuze, his collaborator Guattari, and the artist Francis Bacon – believing it to be a project to which Gluzberg herself has long been committed to as a ‘matter-manufacturer’.
|Subjects:||Other > Historical and Philosophical studies > V500 Philosophy
Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art > W120 Painting
|School or Centre:||Research Hubs > Image and Language
School of Fine Art
|Date Deposited:||18 Nov 2011 14:14|
|Last Modified:||25 Oct 2013 18:21|
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