A Typology of Convergences

Date: 1:30 | Sunday 20 October 2013

Venue: Chandelier Room, Freemasons Hall

Lawrence Weschler is exploring how we see the world and untangling the ways we engage with our visual culture. In this talk, Weschler will consider a spectrum of convergent effects, from the tendency of humans to see patterns where none exist, to the impact of influence, homage, allusion, quotation and appropriation through to outright plagiarism.


A Typology of Convergences

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