Conférence : Transplanted Places (Berlin, 22-24 June 17)

Wörlitz Lake and Church St.Petri in Wörlitz near Dessau, Germany

Type : Conférence

Date : 22 – 24 juin 2017

Lieu : Berlin, Museum of Asian Art, Berlin-Dahlem, Small Lecture Hall

Kunsthistorisches Institut der Freien Universität Berlin

Workshop “TRANSPLANTED PLACES – Garden Design and Shifting Cultural Geographies 1650–1800 Transregional Perspectives”

Venue: Museum of Asian Art, Small Lecture Hall, Takustraße 40, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Joachim Rees, Prof. Dr. Jeong-hee Lee-Kalisch


22.06.2017 – Thursday

18:00-19:30 : Welcome address – Joachim Rees, Jeong-Hee Lee-Kalisch

Key note –  Hans von Trotha (Berlin) : A Garden is a Garden is a Garden. Reestablishing a Discourse on the Art of Gardening in the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century

23.06.2017  Friday

09:30-13:00 : Panel I  Travelling, Collecting, Gardening

Chair – Klaas Ruitenbeek (Berlin)

Marianne Klemun (Vienna) : Connecting Spaces – Mobile Meanings of Plants

Lianming Wang (Heidelberg) : Exotic Plants and Transplanted Spaces in Eighteenth Century Beijing

Stefan Schweizer (Düsseldorf) : Mountains, Rivers, Monuments. Landscape and Territory as Symbolic Features in Early Modern European Gardens

14:30-18:30 : Panel II  Gardens and the Geography of Opposition and Dissent

Chair – Sebastian Fitzner (Berlin)

Jeong-hee Lee-Kalisch (Berlin) : Veins and Bones: Garden Landscape as Representation of the Cosmic Organism

Jongsang Sung (Seoul) : Garden as a Secluded Paradise – Seventeenth-Century Joseon Scholar Kosan Yoon Seondo’s  Garden

Franziska Bub (Berlin) : The Wörlitz Landscape Garden – A Place of Opposition and Retreat in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century

Joachim Rees (Berlin) : Colonies Lost and Regained. Landscape Gardening and Contested ›Colonial Fantasies‹ in Late Eighteenth-Century Germany

24.06.2017  Saturday

09:00-12:30 : Panel III  Gardens and the Aesthetics of Itinerancy

Chair – Gert Gröning (Berlin)

Wybe Kuitert (Seoul) : Raising Children: The Garden and Japan Perceptions of Constantijn Huygens

Anna Ananieva (London) : Curiosity for the East: Imagination and Knowledge of Chinese Culture in Eighteenth-Century Russia

Yoonjung Seo (Berlin) : King Ch?ngjo (r. 1776-1800) and His political Ambition Represented in the Royal Garden: Focusing on the Gatherings at the Jade Stream in Ch’angd?k Palace

Sheng-Ching Chang (Taipei) : The Enlightenment of Prussia Through the Far East – From the Planning of the Royal Gardens of Potsdam to Nineteenth-Century Urban Greening

Final Discussion

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Publié par

Florence Fesneau

Docteur en Histoire de l'art moderne (Université Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne)

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