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Hannah Black, Installation view Kunstverein Braunschweig, 2019  Image courtesy the artist
Conference: New Voices: Sculpture & Literature
Keynote Speakers: Hannah Black (Independent Artist, Berlin) and Dr Eleanor Dobson (University of Birmingham)

Sculpture and literature are often separated by a disciplinary divide but have also come together in works and ideas as wide ranging as monuments, poetry and performances. This conference will build on a growing body of scholarship exploring what can be gained from working at the intersection of sculpture and literature. Is it possible to think or write ‘sculpturally’? Can sculpture be considered ‘literary’ in terms of theory or theme?

The Association for Art History’s New Voices is a two-day annual conference that highlights current postgraduate and early doctoral research from around the world, organised by the Association’s Doctoral and Early Career Research Committee (DECR) in partnership with the Henry Moore Institute and the University of Leeds.
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