Lecture: New Old Media: Tape, Type, and the Undiscovered Collages of Henri Chopin
Learn about the collages of Henri Chopin at a lecture entitled “New Old Media: Tape, Type, and the Undiscovered Collages of Henri Chopin” on February 18 at our partner institution, The Clark Art Institute. Caitlin R. Woolsey, the Manton Post-doctoral Fellow in the Clark’s Research and Academic Program, will discuss how the medium of collage, favored by avant-garde circles in the early twentieth century, offered a way to reimagine the relations among image, text, and sound in the postwar period. The lecture is free and open to the public.
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Image: Henri Chopin, “Coleurs et vibrations….” (2001), Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.