Sep, 2017

RAM Talk: A Region Becomes a Cultural Focus – Cooperation in Times of Globalization

2017.09.25 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

As one of Europe’s most prosperous and vibrant economic bright spot, the region along the Rhine River in Germany has nurtured its own culture of art institutions since the mid-20th century. How has art been evolving in this region?

RAM Talk: Large, Larger, Grand Tour: Documenta, Venice Biennale and Sculputure Project Münster 2017

2017.09.20 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

The Documenta 14, the Venice Biennale 2017 and the Sculpture Project Münster 2017 have evoked heated debates in the Western art community this summer.

RAM Talk: Dialogue: Synchronicity in Anthropology and Psychology

2017.09.16 19:30 - 21:00 | Talks

Dr. Chen Jin, Ph.D. in social anthropology/ethnology at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in France, and a Visiting Scholar of the Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities. Dr. Ju Fei, Lacanian psychoanalyst and Ph.D. in psychoanalysis at Paris Diderot University, and now serves as an Associate Professor of Psychology at Tongji University and a part-time MA student adviser of Applied Psychology at Fudan University.

RAM Talk: Light in Architecture, from Technology to Art

2017.09.15 19:30 - 21:00 | Talks

Only with lighting, the soul of architecture, can buildings be visually perceived, with intensified three-dimensional effects and more artistic touches. The brightness changes of lighting enable spatial layering and create psychological divisions in the space. Lighting outlines artistic profiles while revealing details and forming a visual center in space, offering an atmosphere of dramatic art in stark contrast.

RAM Talk: The Multiple Facets of Modern Community: From the Protestant Reformation to the 20th Century

2017.09.14 19:30 - 21:00 | Talks

Unlike the start of secular society in China enabled by scholar-bureaucrats from the former military aristocracy class, the leading groups contributing to the secularization of the Western world were from clerical authorities and the emerging well-educated Humanist intellectuals. During the primary period of the formulation of modern community, when the new religious community cooperated and competed with humanists as well as the later Enlightenment supporters, spiritual construction played the

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