The ANU Centre for Law, Art and the Humanities presents Visions Not So Splendid: Art, Law, Justice on Thursday 22 August, 12:00-4:30PM at the Sir Ronald Wilson Building Lecture Theatre, Australian National University.
The event features a number of presentations from domestic and international academics working at the intersections of art, law and justice.
This afternoon event includes the following panels:
Law and Art in Transition
- Eliza Garnsey, ‘The Visual Jurisprudence of Transition’
- Maya Broom, ‘Incursions of International Law: Representations in Cinema’
Representation and Justice
- Rachel Joy, ‘The Work of Art in Decolonising Occupied Australia’
- Laura Petersen, ‘Sites of Restitution: Gerhard Richter and the Birkenau Cycle’
- Lola Frost, ‘Dream Painting and the Deterritorialisation of Democratic Politics’
Click here to access the Visions Not So Splendid: Art, Law, Justice program which contains the full schedule and abstracts for this exciting event.