[MGSA-L] Princeton Hellenic Studies Workshop: October 2, 2015

Dimitri H. Gondicas gondicas at Princeton.EDU
Fri Sep 25 10:13:26 PDT 2015


Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies


In Place of Script

Nina Papaconstantinou

afp2 at princeton.edu<mailto:afp2 at princeton.edu>

Visual Artist

Artist-in-Residence, Hellenic Studies

Respondent:  Karen Emmerich, Comparative Literature

The work of Nina Papaconstantinou explores the relationship between the written or printed text and the images or textures it may produce through various transformations - digital, mechanical or manual - during the art-making process. This presentation will discuss the value of the error, which deprives text from its communicative purpose and reveals in its place an image. Ultimately, it will propose a visual interpretation of the text, where the reader becomes viewer and vice versa.

Nina Papaconstantinou studied Greek Literature in Athens and Visual Arts (Drawing) in London. Her work has been exhibited in several individual and group shows in Greece, Italy, France, UK, USA, and Asia. Website:  http://www.ninapapaconstantinou.gr/

Friday, October 2, 2015

1:30 p.m.

Scheide Caldwell House, Room 103

Supported by the Christos G. and Rhoda Papaioannou Modern Greek Studies Fund

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