Mikhail Karikis

Mikhail Karikis is a Greek/British artist living in London. He studied with avant-garde British architects Archigram, theatre director Philip Prowse, art theorist Norman Bryson, and artist Lis Rhodes. The title of his doctoral thesis at the Slade is “The Acoustics of the Self” (2006). His work embraces a variety of media to create immersive audio-visual installations and performances that emer...

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Affiliation

University of Huddersfield and University of Brighton, UK

Email

mail [AT] mikhailkarikis.com

Web

mikhailkarikis.com
mikhailmusic.com

presentations

Hollywood Flatlands: Taking a Line for a Walk
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: cartoon, Maurizio Lazzarato, plasmaticity, plasmaticness, Sergei Eisenstein

Marina Kassianidou

Marina Kassianidou is a visual artist whose work focuses on relationships between mark and surface. Her practice combines drawing, collage, installation, and site-specific works. Her theoretical interests include poststructuralist philosophy, psychoanalytic theory, and feminist theory. She has just completed a PhD in fine art at Chelsea College of Arts. She graduated from Stanford University, as a...

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affiliation

University of Colorado Boulder, US

email

contact [AT] marinakassianidou.com

web

cuart.colorado.edu
marinakassianidou.com

presentations

Becoming Paper
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: collage, zone of indiscernibility

How to Know: A Space
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: book

Nir Kedem

Nir Kedem is a lecturer in the Literature Department and the Department of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University, Israel. He moderated the international conference “Deleuzian Futures,” and edited a special issue of Deleuze Studies bearing the same title. He is currently working on turning his doctoral dissertation, The Viral Politics of Queer Resistance, into a book....

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affiliation

Tel Aviv University, IL

email

kedem [AT] post.tau.ac.il

presentations

The Politics of Intimate Grammar: A Literary Symptomatology of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: becoming-child, David Grossman, Essays Critical and Clinical, literature, politics, resistance

Niall Kennedy

Niall Kennedy is a recent PhD graduate (2017) from the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, at Kingston University, London. My PhD thesis, supervised by Professors Peter Hallward and Eric Alliez, was titled “Deleuze and the Author.” I am currently working as an independent scholar. I have broad interdisciplinary interests in philosophy and the arts and have presented my work at c...

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affiliation

Kingston University, London, UK

email

nialldermotmichael [at] hotmail.com

presentations

Reconceptualising the Deleuzian Artist: Intention in Art Practice
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: de/re-territorialisation