Art History Lecture: Dr. Sara Blaylock, The Subject Who Knows: Photographers and Photographed in a Late East Germany
The Art History, German, and History Disciplines and Briggs Library present:
Dr. Sara Blaylock, Art & Design, University of Minnesota, Duluth, The Subject Who Knows: Photographers and Photographed in a Late East Germany
Friday, December 7, 3:45 pm, HFA 6
Dr. Sara Blaylock's research concerns the experimental art, film, and visual culture of the German Democratic Republic during the 1980s. Broader interests include official cultural policy in state socialism, the art and visual culture of the Cold War East and West, fiction and documentary film from the East Bloc, theories of aesthetics and politics, as well as global histories of modernism and post-modernism in the visual arts, particularly in Europe, the United States, and Russia. Her work has appeared in Cinema Journal, Gradhiva, post: Notes on Modern & Contemporary Art Around the Globe (Museum of Modern Art), ARTMargins Online, and Gegenstimmen. Kunst in der DDR 1976 – 1989 (Voices of Dissent: Art in the GDR 1976 – 1989).
Friday, December 7 at 3:45pm to 5:00pm
Humanities Fine Arts Building, 6
600 East 4th Street, Morris, MN 56267