EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY | LISA ROBERTSON | Liminal Positions Writing Symposium | MARCH 4-5
ECUAD Biennial Student Symposium 2011: READING | CULTURE | WRITING: LIMINAL POSITIONS
FRIDAY MARCH 4, 6-8PM South Building #301, RECEPTION 8PM Agro Cafe,
SATURDAY MARCH 5, 10:30AM-4:30PM, South Building #301.
This year’s conference seeks to gauge and engage the current state of Canadian
academic research across the fields of art, history, philosophy, critical + cultural studies. Presenting critical and creative explorations into the potentially rich contradictions inherent in criticizing culture while earnestly taking part in producing it.
Liminal Positions aims to provide a forum for the discussion of questions centered around the notion of in-betweenness. Asking where the “work” of art actually occurs and considering the role of the artist within commodity culture? Or conversely, how have cultural analysts approached writing or theorizing popular culture or current events?
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: LISA ROBERTSON
Keynote: FRIDAY MARCH 4, 7:30pm, room 301, Emily Carr University South Building, Reception to follow 8-10pm, Agro Cafe, Granville Island.
Lisa Robertson is a poet, and has been writing for the visual arts since the
early 90’s. Her collection Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the
Office for Soft Architecture was just re-issued by Coach House books.
The OSA is included in the We:Vancouver show at VAG.
The conference will include various forms of presentation from students across Canada: Presentations on Selected Research, Academic Papers, Panel Discussions, Performances, and Hybrid Presentations.
Mariane Borchiex-Laporte (SFU)
Dylan Cree: (SFU) Saturday,
Jabari Jordan-Walker (SAIC)
Lois Klassen (ECU) Saturday
Yvonne Koprnicky (ACAD)
Pierre Leichner (CU)
Monique Lesvesque (ECU)
Danielle Marie (UC)
Magnolia Pauker (EGS)
Peter Redecopp (CU)
Vikram Uchida-Khanna (SFU)
Casey Wei (SFU)
For a detailed presentation schedule visit:
The 2011 ECUAD student symposium is hosted
by the Faculty of Community and Culture,
funded by the generous support of the Emily
Carr Presidents Fund and the Emily Carr Student