13.03.2017

23 – 24 November: Mediation Conflicts III: Workshop on Mediation Figures and Mediation Conflicts in the 17th and Early 18th Centuries

In the early modern period, a variety of mediators - between power blocs, states, denominations, languages, cultures, status groups, genera, genders, sciences and the arts - establish themselves.

23.11., 18 Uhr: Vortrag von Dirk Niefanger (Erlangen): "Gelehrte als Kranke und Scharlatane um 1700". 24.11., 9.30-14 Uhr: Workshop mit Constanze Baum, Daniel Ehrmann, Werner Michler, Dirk Niefanger, Lena Oetzel, Clemens Peck und Romana Sammern im KunstQuartier. 

Veranstaltungsort: Bergstraße 12a, 1. OG, W&K-Atelier

Einladung

Plakat

Der Workshop nähert sich der Frage der Polemik weniger über agonale und kriegerische Konstellationen („Polemos“), sondern über Figurationen der Vermittlung und Übertragung. Dabei rückt das polemische Potential als mediologischer Zusammenhang in den Blick, welcher der Tätigkeit von Vermittlungsfiguren inhärent ist.

Insbesondere die Zeit zwischen 1648 und 1730 erweist sich als eine Öffnung und ein Nebeneinander unterschiedlichster Vermittlungsfiguren, als ein danach gegenüber allegorisch geschlossenen Universalordnungen sowie einem davor gegenüber der Ausdifferenzierung und Pazifizierung von Agonalität und Differenz.

Historisch ist an realgeschichtliche, mythologische und literarische Figuren zu denken: Diplomaten, Übersetzer, Gelehrte, Reisende, Hanswurst, trickster, Händler, matchmaker. Ihre Ethiken und Genres sind situativ, nicht verallgemeinerbar (wie die Kants), ihre Handlungslogiken folgen der Logik der Episode, keinem entelechischen Entwicklungsmuster (wie der Bildungsroman). Demgegenüber rückt eine Epoche in den Blick, die eine andere Auseinandersetzung mit Kontingenz und Differenz kultiviert.  

Konzeption, Organisation: Werner Michler, Clemens Peck (FB Germanistik)  

Bildquelle: www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/399744

Alle Infos: www.w-k.sbg.ac.at

Mag. Silvia Amberger

Programmbereichsreferentin

Wissenschaft & Kunst / PB Kunstpolemik-Polemikkunst

Bergstr. 12a, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43-662-8044-2377

E-mail to Mag. Silvia Amberger

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