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Joris van Gastel

 

Joris van Gastel

Joris van Gastel studied Psychology and Art History at the VU University Amsterdam and the Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice. Between 2006 and 2011 he was part of the interdisciplinary research project Art, Agency and Living Presence in Early Modern Italy based at Leiden University, in the context of which he wrote his PhD thesis Il Marmo Spirante: Sculpture and Experience in Seventeenth-Century Rome. He has held fellowships at the Royal Dutch Institute in Rome, the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin and the Fondazione Ermitage Italia, Ferrara.

Publications

Books:
– »Il Marmo Spirante«: Sculpture and Experience in Seventeenth-Century Rome (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, forthcoming).
– The Secret Lives of Artworks, ed. with Caroline van Eck and Elsje van Kessel (Leiden: Leiden University Press, forthcoming).

Articles:
– ‘Michelangelo’s Lesson: The Baroque Bozzetto between Creation and Destruction’, in Das Haptische Bild, ed. Iris Wenderholm, Jörg Trempler and Markus Rath (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, forthcoming).
– ‘Introduction’ (co-author), in The Secret Lives of Artworks, ed. Caroline van Eck, Joris van Gastel and Elsje van Kessel (Leiden: Leiden University Press, forthcoming).
– ‘Bodies Made Present: Sculptures over Saintly Tombs in Seventeenth-Century Rome’, in The Secret Lives of Artworks, ed. Caroline van Eck, Joris van Gastel and Elsje van Kessel (Leiden: Leiden University Press, forthcoming).
– ‘Bernini’s Metamorphosis: Sculpture, Poetry, and the Embodied Beholder’, Word & Image: A Journal of Verbal Visual Enquiry, 28/2 (2012), forthcoming.
– ‘Ambiguities of the Flesh: Touch and Arousal in Roman Baroque Sculpture’, in Das magische Bild. Techniken der Verzauberung vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Uwe Fleckner, Iris Wenderholm, Hendrik Ziegler (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, forthcoming).
– ‘De verleidingen van het vlees: Aanraking en opwinding in de Romeinse baroksculptuur’, in Levende beelden: kunst werken en kijken, ed. Caroline van Eck and Stijn Bussels (Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2011), 94-107.
– ‘Hoc opus exculpsit Io. Bologna. Andreas Andreanus Incisit: Andrea Andreani en de grafische reproductie van Giambologna’s beeldhouwwerken’, Bulletin van het Rijksmuseum 55/1 (2007), 14-39 (English abstract, 99-102).