«Bilder gegen eine implizite Unterwerfung»

Dorothy Iannone, The Next Great Moment In History Is Ours, 1970, Courtesy the artist, Air de Paris, Paris and Peres Projects, Berlin, Published by Galerie Wilbrand, Cologne; 73 x 102 cm, Photo: Hans-Georg Gaul, Berlin

06.11.2014, 19:00

Panel discussion with Elisabeth Bronfen, Martin Jaeggi, and Heike Munder, director, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst
Moderation: Cornelia Huth, scientific researcher, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst

(free admission, in German)

Dorothy Iannone’s work revolves around themes of sexual liberation, unconditional love, and joyful ecstasy. Her pictures convey an emancipatory impulse that strengthens female autonomy. In love, Iannone postulates, we realize equality and unity. Discussing major works by Iannone, Elisabeth Bronfen, Martin Jaeggi, and Heike Munder will talk about female self-empowerment and the role of sexuality in our society.

Elisabeth Bronfen (b. 1958) is Professor of English and American Studies at the University of Zurich and Global Distinguished Professor at New York University. Her
research interests include English and American literature, gender studies, psychoanalysis, film and culture studies.

Martin Jaeggi (b. 1969) is a freelance critic and curator and teaches at the Zurich
University of the Arts.

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