SABBATICAL PRESENTATIONS: SIMON GLASS


SABBATICAL PRESENTATIONS:  SIMON GLASS, DIANE PUGEN, SARAH NIND & SYLVIA WHITTON

 
DateThursday, February 4, 2016 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Location

OCADU 100 McCaul St Room 667

SABBATICAL PRESENTATIONS:  SIMON GLASS, DIANE PUGEN, SARAH NIND & SYLVIA WHITTON

SIMON GLASS

Professor Simon Glass’ Administrative Leave presentation consists of a review of some reading and research as well as landscape photographs from a trip to Iceland. He presents his studio work, a suite of twelve giclee collages. These collages comprise concrete poetry based on the book of Isaiah chapter 24, verses 1-12, restoring some of the poetry to the text – poetry that translation most often overlooks. Professor Glass also addresses some of the ambiguities of tense in the Hebrew biblical verb through an annotated translation of the text into English.

 

DateThursday, February 4, 2016 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Website Location

OCADU 100 McCaul St Room 667

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Thursday, February 4, 2016 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

SABBATICAL PRESENTATIONS:  SIMON GLASS, DIANE PUGEN, SARAH NIND & SYLVIA WHITTON

SIMON GLASS

Professor Simon Glass’ Administrative Leave presentation consists of a review of some reading and research as well as landscape photographs from a trip to Iceland. He presents his studio work, a suite of twelve giclee collages. These collages comprise concrete poetry based on the book of Isaiah chapter 24, verses 1-12, restoring some of the poetry to the text – poetry that translation most often overlooks. Professor Glass also addresses some of the ambiguities of tense in the Hebrew biblical verb through an annotated translation of the text into English.

 

Venue & Address: 
OCADU 100 McCaul St Room 667
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