Reading Group #4 - Texts by Lambros Malafouris & Maria-Danae Koukouti on 'Thinging Beauty' & 'The Role of Haptic Attentive Unity'
Please join the LUCAS research group The Role of Experience in Arts of Criticism, Rhetoric, and Aesthetics, dedicated to the examination of affective, embodied-enactive, and new materialist approaches to the arts, for its monthly reading group.
It's open to anyone interested in experiential interactions between art, its makers, and their audiences.
Thee fourth on-campus meeting will take place on Friday, March 24, from 13.15 – 15.00 hrs (Lipsius, 1.54). We will discuss two texts by Lambros Malafouris and Maria-Danae Koukouti, selected and to be introduced by Sophie van Romburgh; please find the links below.
If you are interested and/or have reading suggestions for future sessions please contact Madeleine Kasten, email@example.com, for more information.
Lambros Malafouris, Maria Danae Koukouti, “Thinging Beauty. Anthropological Reflections on the Making of Beauty and the Beauty of Making.” Reti, saperi, linguaggi, Italian Journal of Cognitive Sciences 2/2020, pp. 211-238, doi: 10.12832/99831
- Find the 'Thinging beauty: anthropological reflections on the making of beauty and the beauty of making', here
- Malafouris, L., & Koukouti, M.-D. (2022). “Where the touching is touched: The role of haptic attentive unity in the dialogue between maker and material.”, Multimodality & Society, 2(3), 265–287.