Call for papers (extended)
The tree that hides the forest
Workshop organized by the Asie-Sorbonne Association
Hamedine Kane & Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro, The School of Mutants, 2020. Film still. Courtesy of the artists. (Filmed in the forest near the abandoned buildings of the National Taiwan Ocean University Campus in Keelung).
The conference will take place from 19 to 20 November 2021 in person and by videoconference at the INHA (Paris). The 20-minute papers may be in French or English. Contributions from artists and poets are welcome, including in the form of a performance.
An abstract of 300 to 500 words must be received by 30 August at the latest at email@example.com. Selected participants will be notified on 15 september.
A publication of a selection of the papers is planned.
A three-hours immersive experience in a forest of Ile-de-France under the guidance of a naturalist and psychologist trained in Shinrin-Yoku will be organized for a limited number of interested participants (50€/pers.). For organisational reasons, registration must be made by 30 August at the latest. It is not refundable.
Asie-Sorbonne is an association of researchers working on Asian humanities whose headquarters are located within the Creops, Department of East and Southeast Asian Art History of the University of Paris-Sorbonne. https://creops.sorbonne-universite.fr/association-asie-sorbonne/
The contributions will be evaluated by an ad hoc scientific committee.
Bea Bien–U, The pine forest at Kyungju, 2010. C-Print- © Gallery X. Courtesy of the artist.