How to Paint the Law
How to Paint the Law: An Introduction to the Law’s Relationship to Aesthetics and Visual Culture with the School’s Honorary Artist, Professor Werner Gephart.
*UPDATE* 29 September
Due to level of demand we have released extra standing only tickets for this event.
Please note that registering from 29 September means that you agee to view the event via a live stream in an adjacent room. You can still attend the tour and reception afterwards. Chairs will be made available for those who cannot stand for long periods.
As part of The Dickson Poon School of Law’s Visual Arts Programme, we are pleased to announce the launch of Some Colours of the Law, a year long project that explores the relationship between law, aesthetics and visual culture. The project is the culmination of a collaboration with The School’s Honorary Artist, Professor Werner Gephart. Some Colours of the Law presents an exhibition of Professor Gephart’s paintings and installations, while a series of talks and conferences have also been planned for the academic year.
Some Colours of the Law launches on October 6 with a special event to introduce Professor Gephart’s exhibition. Professor Gephart is a painter and artist who is also the Founding Director of the Univeristy of Bonn’s Käte Hamburger Centre for the Advanced Study of Law as Culture. The artist and academic will be in conversation with Professor David Nelken (King’s College London) and Professor Greta Olson (Former Fellow of the Käte Hamburger Institute). Their discussion will focus on some of the artworks exhibited in Some Colours of the Law, using the pieces to explore the possibilities and complexities inherent in law’s relationship to the visual arts. Following the dialogue, Professor Gephart will offer a tour of the exhibition, explaining his insights and influences.
The event will serve as an excellent introduction to Some Colours of the Law and the subject of law’s relationship to art, aesthetics and visual culture.
For more information please refer to the web page here bit.ly/coloursofthelaw