The project is concerned with showing how memory is performed and productively re-visioned by artists, cultural producers and spectators belonging to a generation born after Argentina’s last civil-military dictatorship (1976-1983). Tracing across cultural forms of heritage and memory practices, I seek to prove a relationship between certain aesthetic practices in the 21st century and coeval engagements with codified ideations of trauma, witnessing and perpetration that are rooted in catastrophic events of the dictatorship era. The results of my study will contribute to understandings of the transferral/reception and imaginative refashioning of memory in the “postgeneration”.
- Dissertation Defense Nadia de Vries: Digital Corpses: Creation, Appropriation, and Reappropriation October 19, 2020
- New PhD: Sanaz Afshin, An Exploratory Study on Theatre Interventions with Refugees in the Netherlands October 19, 2020
- Dissertation Defense Nadia de Vries: Digital Corpses: Creation, Appropriation, and Reappropriation October 17, 2020
- New PhD: Florence Evans, Imaginative Visions of Traumatic Heritage in Argentina October 12, 2020
- The Posthuman & New Materialism October 8, 2020