Sunday, November 22, 2015 | 2 PM | FREE
Koffler Gallery | Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street

Program begins with tour of the exhibition Isabel Rocamora: Troubled Histories, Ecstatic Solitudes.

While generating prolific philosophical and artistic traditions throughout history, the dichotomy of religious and secular thought also lies at the core of many social and political divides. In a discussion inspired by Isabel Rocamora’s film works, Mark Cauchi (Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, York University) and John Caruana (Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Ryerson University) will examine the ways in which contemporary artistic, intellectual and social developments challenge the opposition between the secular and the religious.


Presented in association with the Koffler Gallery exhibition Isabel Rocamora: Troubled Histories, Ecstatic Solitudes