Violence & Peace in Contemporary Art: 2013 Art Symposium

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source: BiolaUniversity     2013年3月16日
Violence & Peace in Contemporary Art: 2013 Biola Art Symposium
Our presenters will unpack the most constructive models for understanding portrayals of violence and peace, the way these portrayals have functioned, and how they have affected individuals and communities in our culture.

David Bentley Hart: Beauty, Form, and Violence 36:44
David Bentley Hart, is an Orthodox theologian, philosopher, and cultural commentator, whose specialties include philosophical theology, patristics, and aesthetics. 
Hart has been published in various periodicals including, Pro Ecclesia, The Scottish Journal of Theology, First Things, and The New Criterion. He has taught at the University of Virginia, the University of St. Thomas, Duke Divinity School, and Loyola College in Baltimore. Hart is the author of seven books including Beauty of the Infinite: The Aesthetics of Christian Truth (Eerdmans, 2004), which has been lauded by The Christian Century as "one of the most brilliant works by an American theologian in the past ten years." His two most recent books are The Doors of the Sea: Where Was God in the Tsunami? (Eerdmans, 2011), and The Devil and Pierre Gernet: Stories, his first work of fiction (Eerdmans, 2012).
Lia Chavez: The Trembling Image: Alchemy Between Relational & Creative Formation in Contemporary Art 31:44
David Bentley Hart: Being, Consciousness, Bliss: Beauty as Knowledge of God 32:52
David Bentley Hart: Beauty, Being, and Kenosis: the Aesthetics of the Incarnation 1:13:48
Anne Wilkes Tucker: Wars Never End! 36:10
Jonathan Anderson: Violence and Art 9:41
Anne Wilkes Tucker: Photographs at Collective Memories of War 30:29

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