NORTH NEWTON, KAN. -- Rachel Epp Buller, visiting assistant professor of art at Bethel College, will present her faculty seminar entitled "Courting a Critical Viewer: Brechtian Alienation in Photomontage of the Weimar Republic" at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 8, in the Administration Building Chapel on the North Newton campus. The public is invited. Buller’s seminar will explore montage methods, including visual arts, theater, music and literature, of the Weimar Republic. Her talk will highlight German playwright Bertolt Brecht’s concept of alienation and concomitant activation of the viewer, which found a visual counterpart in much photomontage of the period.
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