Georges Didi-Huberman's point of view

with Georges Didi-Huberman

Participant(s)  Tirdad Zolghadr
Participant(s)  Georges Didi Huberman
Year  2011

This talk proposes some fragments from an ongoing reflection on what might be called “l'exposition des peuples” (the exhibition of peoples). Beginning with the double sense of the term “exhibition,” which denotes the act of making visible, but also the inherent menace of this act itself (to be “exhibited” is to be threatened—at times one is even “exhibited to disappear”), thus invoking the very conditions of the appearance of the people (or peoples) both in theoretical discourse and the production ofimages.

With Georges Didi-Huberman, philosopher and Art historian at École des Hautes Études en Science Sociale (EHSS), Paris.

Conference organized as part of The Human Snapshot Symposium (2011)

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Conférence Exposition Politique

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