‘Lawyers love the word. When we teach our students it is primarily through the lens of written judgements and textual analysis. Engagements between law and art tend to focus on the ways in which authoritative legal texts facilitate the commodification of creativity or seek to impose discipline on the sensual realm. This paper will focus on the implications of us moving beyond the law of art to the more complex territory of law and art. In doing so it will explore the value of the image as a source of information about law and legal phenomena which is otherwise lacking or marginalised in the legal canon.’
Date: 24th April 2017, 5.30-7.30pm
Location: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR
Charge: free, booking required
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