about the author
Chris Brown is an artist, writer, and theorist whose work explores the psychogeographies of postmodern landscapes—specifically, how the perception of these environments influences the unfolding of interactions within them. His current research investigates the intersections of communal creativity, post-capitalist theory, and post-anthropocentric subjectivity. His other interests include experimental art and meditation. Chris holds an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) School of Critical Studies, where his thesis concerned the concept of aesthetic intervention. He has also earned honours degrees in philosophy and international business from Whittier College, where his studies focused on organisational psychology, contemporary existentialism, global ethics, and non-Western thought. Chris lives and works in Los Angeles.
info & contact
Independent researcher, Los Angeles, US
christopherbrown [AT] alum.calarts.edu
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor ) aesthetics, improvisation, neuroaesthetics, Postscript on the Societies of Control, rhythm