Light in Bosch and the Photographs of Aubie Golombek
Join us as Aubie Golombek discusses his photographic influences referencing excerpts from Joseph Leo Koerner’s new book “Bosch and Bruegel: From Enemy Painting to Everyday Life.”
- The body of Bosch’s Christ representing light as darkness.
- The flesh of Christ as constituting the tactile and vaporous represented by the new painterly techniques of Bosch’s luminous thin layers of oil paint
Both of these themes contain purely photographic techniques that have influenced Golombek’s photography for almost three decades. Professor Koerner’s exploration of these themes may therefore be represented as cross disciplinary, i.e., oil paint as the photographic. Golombek will bring in a small portfolio of photographs to show the cross-disciplinary effects in support of Professor Koerner’s texts.
When: Sat., Nov. 18, 2017, 3-5 pm
Where: North Sitting Room, Hart House
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