Lecture: Liquid lines
August 25 @ 5:30pm – 6:30pm
In conjunction with our special exhibit The Visit, join us on YouTube for the premiere of a lecture followed by a live Q & A on Zoom with Thomas Nail, a professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver. In this lecture, Nail will consider the aesthetic and political implications of Yamandú Canosa’s use of line and fractal form in his visit to Dalí’s home.
This event will take place virtually on the Museum’s YouTube channel and will be followed by a live Q&A on Zoom. Register at the link below to receive a reminder email leading up to the event.
All registrants will receive a reminder email with information on how to stream and tune in to the Q&A.
Thomas Nail is a Distinguished Scholar and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver and author of numerous books, including The Figure of the Migrant, Theory of the Border, Marx in Motion, Theory of the Image, Theory of the Object, Theory of the Earth, Lucretius I, II, III, Returning to Revolution, and Being and Motion. His research focuses on the philosophy of movement.