Serres + 1 #1: Catherine David
In addition to numerous publications on the theory of science - Michel Serres frequently writes texts on art, focusing particularly on the painters Vermeer, Turner and Carpaccio. In many works, he reconsiders relevant questions concerning the theory and practice of art: as a philosopher of relations, Serres goes beyond traditional knowledge systems and navigates undefined, interstitial spaces. Kicking off the second day, Catherine David will engage in a conversation with Michel Serres.
Catherine David is an art historian, art mediator, curator of exhibitions such as: Documenta X, and has headed the project "Représentations Contemporains Arabes" since 1998. In 2006, she curated the exhibition "Di / Visions. Culture and Politics of the Middle East” at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt where she also co-curated the Berlin Documentary Forum in June 2010.
An event by Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Merve Verlag in cooperation with the French Embassy and the Institut Français.
FRI 30.07.2010 | 19:00 h
Opening: Susanne Stemmler, Key Note Lecture by Michel Serres, followed by a conversation with Lorenz Engell More...