Research afternoon: Speculations, Traps and Interpretations

It is the pleasure of the Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies to advertise the below research event, co-organised by Dr Elizabeth L’Estrange and Dr Jamie Edwards. All welcome!!

Speculations, Traps and Interpretations: Networks in 15th and 16th Century Art and Music

Wednesday 23rd January

2.30-5pm

Barber Institute Lecture Theatre

Please confirm attendance for catering purposes (T.B.Roleston@bham.ac.uk)

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Pieter Bruegel, Carrying of the Cross, 1564; Kunsthistorisches, Vienna

Programme:

2.30 Welcome

2.35 Reindert Falkenburg, ‘Speculations on the ‘Book of Nature’ in Pieter Bruegel’s Road to Calvary

3.00 Michel Weemans, ‘Muscipula diaboli: Bruegel’s Triumph of Death (c. 1562) as Trap Image’

3.25-3.50 Discussion

3.50-4.10 Break

4.10 Andrew Kirkman, ‘Visual-Aural Force fields in the Late Middle Ages’

4.25 Jamie Edwards, ‘An Exegetic Image: Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Census at Bethlehem (1566)’

4.40 Discussion / Round table

5.00 Finish

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