FF:REMgrB37 Greek Visual Poetry - Informace o předmětu

REMgrB37 Reading Pictures – Viewing Texts: Greek Visual Poetry from Technopaignia to Hypertext

Filozofická fakulta
podzim 2017
12 hodin, 13.-16. 11. 2017. 2 kr. Ukončení: k.
dr. Lilia Diamantopoulou (přednášející), Mgr. Nicole Votavová Sumelidisová, Ph.D. (zástupce)
doc. Mgr. et Mgr. Markéta Kulhánková, Ph.D.
Ústav klasických studií - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Jitka Erlebachová
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Ústav klasických studií - Filozofická fakulta
Po 13. 11. 15:50–19:10 A21, Út 14. 11. 15:50–19:10 A21, Čt 16. 11. 15:50–19:10 A21
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Greek Visual Poetry is a literary form that has remained underexplored, although, as this seminar contends, it constitutes a crucial part of Modern Greek literature. Considering the various manifestations of Greek Visual Poetry, we can endorse Foucault’s dictum: "the relation of language to painting is an infinite relation”. But in what way is this relationship realized? Starting with all the possible word-image combinations (vase-painting, illustration, comic etc.) we will focus on Greek Visual Poetry highlighting the different ways in which Visual Poetry has populated the literary field diachronically, through a selection of hardly known examples: a handful hellenistic “Technopaignia” that have been studied for their metrics by young pupils for hundreds of years; Byzantine “woven verses” used for propaganda reasons during the iconoclastic controversy; a panegyric for the Wallachian Prince Mavrogenis, whose censorship regime forced poets to create condensed visual poems consisting of no more than his first name; a poem by Constantine Cavafy that elaborates on a hardly legible epigram, and visually emulates the marble inscription; the “Group of Visual Poets”, founded in the 1980s, whose members still explore the various interactions in-between media; codepoetry, which is sprayed as graffiti in urban spaces and can only be decoded by a cell phone app. These instances will be key to a discussion seeking to define Greek Visual Poetry, and to tackle adjacent questions about the evolution of the Greek language, the process of nation-building, the history of typography and intermediality, and the future of poetry in the new media age.
  • Lecture dates and places:
  • 13/11 15:50-19:10 A21
  • 14/11 15:50-19:10 A21
  • 16/11 15:50-19:10 A21
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Attandance and Participation (20%) Essay (max. 10 pages)(40%) Referat/Presentation (40%)
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