Author Archives: Amy Bryzgel

About Amy Bryzgel

I am Professor in Film and Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen, where I specialise in modern and contemporary art from Eastern Europe.

#AAH2015: Subversive Practices and Alternative Realities in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe since 1945

Amy Bryzgel discusses the panel she co-chaired, with Andrea Euringer-Batorova, at the Association of Art Historians annual conference in 2015, in Norwich, UK, “Subversive Practices and Alternative Realities in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe since 1945.”

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Tanja Ostojic, Misplaced Women, and Director’s Cut

Amy Bryzgel discusses Tanja Ostojic’s visit to the University of Aberdeen on April 1, 2015, to lead a workshop on Misplaced Women? and participate in a Director’s Cut interview.

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CFP: Artistic Re-enactments as Vehicles of Cultural Transfer in Eastern European Performance Art, 1960–present

CFP: Artistic Re-enactments as Vehicles of Cultural Transfer in Eastern European Performance Art, 1960–present

I am pleased to announce that I will be chairing a session at next year’s Association of Art Historians annual conference, and I would welcome your proposals for a paper on artistic re-enactments in the context of performance art in Eastern Europe.

 

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Tanja Ostojic in Aberdeen!

The coming week promises to be an exciting one in Aberdeen – Tanja Ostojic is coming to speak with us!

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Contemporancient: Performing the Past

After Hours: Extreme Makeover marks the formal closure of Aberdeen Art Gallery for 2.5 years as part of a major redevelopment programme. This event offers visitors the unique opportunity to experience the Art Gallery as never before…empty!

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PhD Scholarship: Participatory and Socially Engaged Art in Eastern Europe since the 1960s

A new opportunity for PhD study at the University of Aberdeen: Participatory and Socially Engaged Art in Eastern Europe since the 1960s

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Performing the East in Texas! #aseees14

Amy Bryzgel discusses the two-part panel on conceptual art in Eastern Europe and Russia at the ASEEES conference in November 2014, in San Antonio, Texas.

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Amy Bryzgel discusses her upcoming Pecha Kucha talk

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Performing the Global: East European Art in Lublin

Amy Bryzgel discusses the conference “East European Art seen from Global Perspectives: Past and Present,” Galeria Labyrint, Lublin, Poland, October 24-27, 2014.

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At the end of Europe, and the end of my research: Bulgaria

Amy Bryzgel discusses her trip to Sofia, Bulgaria, and her participation in the Sofia Queer Forum

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