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Discussion of Aesthetic Iconography as it Relates to Death
Presenter: Jim Sienkiewicz, CARe Writing Prize Recipient, Fall 2015, second year Art & Religion PhD Student in West African Art & Religion, GTU
In this talk Jim Sienkiewicz discusses the artistic use of iconography related to mortality. Beginning with an analysis of printmaker Anne Tait's 2015 exhibition at the Doug Adams gallery, a further engagement of photographic and contemporary artistic investigations of death as an aesthetic and conceptual theme will be explored.