Dana Papachristou

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Dana Papachristou is a musicologist and artist who focuses on the combination of arts through the use of new technological media. She studied music at the Hellenic Conservatory, musicology at the Kapodistrian University of Athens, and music culture and communication in the departments of Media and Music Studies, leading to her dissertation, which looks into the “Relation of Music and Painting within Modernism Throughout the Correspondence of Schoenberg and Kandinsky.” At the moment she is working on her doctoral thesis in the discipline of philosophy of music in regard to Deleuze and Guattari, “The Aesthetics of New Media Art in the Works Anti-Oedipus and Mille Plateaux,” at Paris 8—Vincennes and the Ionian University. She is a senior student in composition in the class of Theodoros Antoniou and a piano studies graduate (studying with Vicky Chistophilou). In the recent years she has participated in interdisciplinary research projects about contemporary music and its relationship with other forms of art and in several music projects, and has worked as a musician in education.

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Locative Media Sound Walks: Connecting Nomadism with Contemporary Geolocated Flânerie and Open Source Practices
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: Charles Baudelaire, city, contemporary, flânerie, media, nomadology, open-source, plane of composition, plane of consistency, sound, Walter Benjamin, war-machine