Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 6:30pm
Kain, an interdisciplinary artist, offers a cross-disciplinary look into the conceptual, structural, visual and poetic conditions of language, with examples from music, art, philosophy, literature, architecture and graphic design. In considering the elusive and metaphoric structure of language, and the impact language has on the conceptual construction of worlds, Kain presents his lecture in the form of a speculative construction, as a conscious practice of language itself.
Cosponsored by the Society for History and Graphics.
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