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2015 summer; Two from Two, One from Two

MAAT BOOK 20

2015 Summer  MAAT Lab Study   2015.06.29 – 08.24 

Two from Two, One from Two

2015 Summer MAAT lab Study: 2015.06.29 – 08.24  (MAAT BOOK 20)

Two from Two, One from Two

 

This summer will be hotter than ever. I and research members will be in Tianjin, China for two months to do collaborating researches. Other lab members will focus on the fundamental issues on art and technology based on philosophy. Beginning with C. P. Snow’s article that might be a summary of his same titled book will open up the continuing conflicts between art and science, or art and technology. Then, we will go on to the issue of technology and philosophy intrigued by Martin Heidegger. Finally, we will come back to the idea of art and philosophy by him. Reading English version and its translated version, think about the ‘terms’ and ‘meanings’ again. Rereading two language versions, you might be able to notice their differences simultaneously aiming one taget. 

- 2015. 05. 28    dr.yoon 

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Moday
2pm 
Readings Chiairs 
1. The Two Cultures
C. P Snow
Leonardo Vol 23., No.2/3, 1990, pp.166-173
 
2. The Question Concerning Technology
Martin Heidegger
The Question Concerning Technology and other Essays, trans. William Lovitt Garland Publishing: New York, 1977, pp.3-35
 
3. Translated version of 2  
 7. The Origin of the Work OF Art
Martin Heidegger
 
 9. Translated version of 4: Look for it
 
BonusSeeing the Invisible: Maya Deren's Experiments in Cinematic Trance
Massimiliano Mollona
October 149, Summer 2014, pp.159-180
 
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Jangwon Lee,
May 27, 2015, 9:37 PM
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Jangwon Lee,
May 27, 2015, 9:38 PM
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