Replicas: Perspectives from the History of Art and Science

21 November 2018, 14:30 - 16:30

Location to be announced

Adam Lowe (Artist and Founder of Factum Arte, Madrid, Royal College of Art 1985)
https://www.christies.com/features/Master-of-reproduction-Adam-Lowe-and-Factum-Arte-6776-1.aspx
:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-03-29/adam-lowe-of-factum-arte-makes-the-art-of-the-world-s-superstars.
Factum Arte is currently leading an effort to resurrect the Whitechapel Bell Foundry:
http://www.factum-arte.com/resources/files/ff/project_related_materials/factum-foudation-definitive-proposal-the-resurrection-of-the-whitechapel-bell-foundry-screen.pdf

Professor Simon Schaffer (History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge)
Aesthetics of universal knowledge, co-ed., 2017; The politics of technoscience 2017; The Material Culture of Enlightenment Arts and Sciences, co-ed., 2016).

 


Can there be copying without loss? If so, what is the ontological difference between the ‘original’ and its ‘copy’?

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