Title: The Mountain in the Jewish-Christian tradition
Other Titles: Causerie: The Mountain in Art and Literature
Authors: Dhont, Marieke
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Witte De With Centre for Contemporary Art
Conference: Causerie: The Mountain in Art and Literature location:Rotterdam date:11 October 2012
Description: As part of the realization of Alexandre Singh’s ambitious play The Humans, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art presents the Causeries. Taking its title from the French verb causer – to converse or chat – the Causeries are set up as a series of discussions in which Singh expands on The Humans’ key themes, ranging from cosmology and cosmogony to pictorial satire, dance, drama and religion. Rather than discursive events in the well-known format of a conference or a symposium, the Causeries are conceived as informal conversations between the artist and an expert in a given field. It is not only the edification of the artist himself that is pivotal in this alternative kind of exchange, also the audience is offered an insight in the underlying themes of The Humans.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: WP
Appears in Collections:Centre for Septuagint Studies and Textual Criticism

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