Double Projection: Two Art Historical Film Essays – Carl Lamb "Raum im kreisenden Licht" (1936) and David Y. Kim / Amelia Saul "The Desert in the Lagoon" (2020)
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- Date: Jun 8, 2020
- Time: 16:00 - 18:00
- Speaker: David Young Kim; Amelia Saul; Barbara Schrödl
- Location: Online (Zoom/Streaming)
The seminar will examine the two films that articulate and develop art historical ideas outside the conventional methods of printed publication and conference presentation. Barbara Schrödl will present Carl Lamb’s 1936 film “Raum im kreisenden Licht (Space in Circling Light),” which was screened at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in 1938. Based on Lamb’s doctoral dissertation, the film focuses on the change in natural light in the pilgrimage church of the Scourged Savior on the Meadow over the course of a single day. David Young Kim and Amelia Saul will premiere their new film “The Desert and the Lagoon,” which offers a close reading of Giovanni Bellini’s Saint Francis in the Desert and investigates the notion of the ground in Renaissance painting.
Registration is required
Please send an email with your name and email address in advance to Mara Freiberg Simmen: firstname.lastname@example.org
This research seminar will be hold online:
*the discussion via the communication tool ZOOM
*the two films will be transmitted through the video platform "Vimeo"
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Moderator: Tristan Weddigen
4.00pm – 4.10pm Welcome: Tristan Weddigen & Charles Kang, BH
4.10pm – 4.30pm Introduction: Barbara Schrödl, Leipzig
4.30pm – 5.00pm Screening: Raum im kreisenden Licht, Carl Lamb (D 1936)
5.00pm – 5.10pm Introduction: Amelia Saul, New York, and David Y. Kim, University of Pennsylvania
5.10pm – 5.30pm Screening: The Desert and the Lagoon, David Kim & Amelia Saul (US/ IT, 2020)
5.30pm – 6.00pm Discussion
Barbara Schrödl studied art history, sociology, and history of natural sciences and technology in Stuttgart and Berlin. She has worked as Privatdozentin at the Katholische Privatuniversität Linz, lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and at the New Design University St. Pölten, as well as director of the Werkakademie Leipzig. Her research focuses on the media history of art history, architectural history, and fashion studies.
Amelia Saul is an artist who lives in New York.
David Young Kim is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania. A scholar of early modern art and art theory, he is currently completing a monograph entitled "Groundwork: A History of the Renaissance Picture".
Scientific organization: Charles Kang
Filmstill “The Desert and the Lagoon”, David Y. Kim / Amelia Saul, US & Italy 2020
Filmstill, „Raum im kreisenden Licht“, Carl Lamb, D 1936