We report here Bruce Bégout‘s book “Le concept d’ambiance“, a philosophical study on the concept of ambiance, its manifestation, its affective, spatial, temporal and contagious dimensions, as well as its capacity to motivate certain actions and inhibit others.
Gathered around an architectural approach, this book brings together various disciplines of reflection and creation to investigate the relationship between the sense of smell and the environments we live in and that we build.
Jessie Alperin and Troy Sherman with Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen organized the virtual symposium ”Imagining the Atmospheric Invisible: Interdisciplinary Visualizations of Air” that will contain the presentation of three pre-recorded lections beginning March 22, 2021 and live Q&A webinar sessions on April 10 & 11, 2021 at 3 pm EST.
The symposium is sponsored by the William Graduate Program in the History of Art at the Clark Art Institute and Venti Journal.
To register for the symposium click here.