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Seminar (3 of 3): Bracha L. Ettinger, “Memory’s Wound is a Space With-in. Depthspace and Carriance Beyond Abstraction versus Empathy.”
May 10, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
BRACHA L. ETTINGER
MEMORY’S WOUND IS A SPACE WITH-IN.
DEPTHSPACE AND CARRIANCE BEYOND ABSTRACTION VERSUS EMPATHY.
A THREE-PART SEMINAR
Thursday, April 26
Thursday, May 3
Thursday, May 10
2:00 – 5:00 pm | UB Anderson Gallery
1 Martha Jackson Place, Buffalo, NY 14214
Free and open to all students and the public
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A reading group session will be held in advance of Bracha’s visit on Friday, April 20 | 12:30pm | 1032 Clemens
Bracha L. Ettinger is a visual artist, painter and theorist, psychoanalyst and philosopher, working between Paris and Tel-Aviv. The author of The Matrixial Borderspace (Minnesota, 2005: https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/the-matrixial-borderspace). Ettinger’s work is engaged with motifs such as human subject and pain, compassion, loss, feminine gaze and space, co-emergence, female body and the maternal, abstraction, witnessing and the Holocaust, trans-generational memory traces and biography, and the constitutive role of the feminine in the Unconscious and in social bond analysed via literature, film and mythology. Recent shows include: Colori, GAM, Torino; The Haunted House/The Human Condition, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow; The Image of War, Bonnier Konsthall, Stockholm. Bracha has exhibited at venues including the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Pompidou Centre, Paris, ICA, Boston; Whitechapel, London; with one-person shows at Musée des Beaux-Arts, Angers; MOMA, Oxford; Israel Museum, Jerusalem, The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. She is Professor of Art and Psychoanalysis at EGS and GCAS, and a supervising analyst (TAICP, AMP, NLS)
Additional information about her residency may be found at:
Sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature, the Julian Park Chair (Ewa Ziarek), the Departmentof English, and the Department of Jewish Thought.
EXHIBITION: BRACHA: PIETA–EURYDICE–MEDUSA
UB Anderson Gallery
curated by Rachel Adams Miller | Runs May 5 – July 29
Opening Reception: May 5 | 6pm
Gallery Talk: May 9 | 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Free and open to undergraduates
Gallery Talk: May 12 | 1pm – 2pm
Free and open to the public