Everyday and the Experience of War in Late Modernity: A Case of Eastern European Cinema and Video Art
Everyday and the Experience of War in Late Modernity:
A Case of Eastern European Cinema and Video Art
Friday, November 15 at 6:00 pm
Room 108, NYU Tisch School of the Arts
721 Broadway, 1st floor
As part of an international two-year research project (2017-2019) The Everyday and the Representation of War Trauma in Late Modernity, this event will analyze the visual representations of the experience of war in Eastern European films and video art.
The presentations by Nerijus Milerius (Associate Professor), Agne Narušytė (Associate Professor) and Lukas Brasiskis (PhD Candidate), scholars representing Vilnius University and New York University will be accompanied with a clips from the films by Andrei Tarkovsky (Russia), Sergei Loznitsa (Ukraine), László Nemes (Hungary) and Deimantas Narkevičius (Lithuania). The presentations will be followed by the discussion and the Q&A.
The event is hosted by NYU Tisch School of the Arts and co-organized by the Department of Cinema Studies at NYU and Vilnius University in connection with The Everyday and the Experience of War in Late Modernity, the book project funded by the Lithuanian Council of Science (project #: S-MOD-17-1).
Free and open to the public.