Yves Klein. Anthropometry of the Blue Period. 1960.



JOURNEE D’ETUDE

 

CORPS (UN)IMAGINABLE BODIES

 

Jeudi 22 Juin 2017

Maison de la Recherche

28 rue Serpente, 75006 Paris

Salle D 040

 


please note that, for security reasons, registration is demanded
to register, email dorothee.legrand AT ens.fr


The aim of this day is to turn the apparent evidence of “the body” into a question: What do we name body?

The proposal is to focus on what may appear as one of the most evident bodily manifestations: its image.

We will dig into a basic question: What is a body image? What is the body insofar as it is imaginable?

In response, other questions surge right away: What is the body insofar as it cannot be totally captured into an image? What is the body insofar as it is unimaginable?



PROGRAMME

 


9h30-09h45

Dominique Pradelle

Paris IV / ENS : Archives Husserl de Paris

Introduction

 

09h45-10h30

Line Ryberg Ingerslev

Universität Wien

Seeing, showing, saying: What is a body image?

 

10h30-11h15

Dorothée Legrand  

CNRS / ENS : Archives Husserl de Paris

Suspension: How does absence shape our bodies?

 

Pause

 

11h30-12h15

François-David Sebbah 

Université de Nanterre

Le corps à l'accusatif. A partir de Levinas

 

Pause

 

14h00-14h45

Shaun Gallagher 

University of Memphis

How to enhance your body image

 

14h45-15h30

Dylan Trigg 

University College Dublin

Body-making: Nostalgia and the image of time

 

Pause

 

16h00-16h45

Thamy Ayouch

Université Paris-Diderot

​Affect figurability, un-imagined bodies and minor subjects

 

16h45-17h30

Gérard Guillerault

Espace Analytique

Freud, le rêve et le corps

 

Renseignements:

dorothee.legrand [AT] ens.fr