Burcu Baykan

Burcu Baykan is a graphic designer and performance researcher. Currently she is finalising her doctoral thesis in the structured PhD programme in digital arts and humanities at Trinity College Dublin. Her dissertation is a Deleuze-Guattarian investigation of contemporary body-oriented art practices, including performance, installation, video art, sculpture, bio-art, and interdisciplinary collabora...

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affiliation

Trinity College Dublin, IE

email

cubaykan [AT] yahoo.com

presentations

Becoming-Pig: Humanimal Proximities and Zones of Transit in Kira O’Reilly’s Inthewrongplaceness
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: affect, becoming-animal, biotechnology

Jessie Beier

Jessie Beier is a teacher, artist, and PhD student based in Edmonton, Alberta. Beier’s interests in both visual and sonic ecologies have led to a research-creation practice that works to think pedagogy, in its many forms, as a power for overturning cliché and dismantling common-sense habits of thinking. Beier has exhibited artistic work and presented academic research both locally and nationall...

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affiliation

University of Alberta, Edmonton, CA

email

jlbeier [AT] ualberta.ca

web

jessiebeier.com

presentations

ECOLOGIX: Towards an Eco-Logic of Dissensus
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: ecology

Peter Bertram

Peter Bertram is an architect, researcher, and educator at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen. He received his master’s degree from the Royal Academy in 1995 and completed his PhD at the same institution in 2008. His PhD was conducted as an artistic development work concerned with the conditions for the production of the new in architectural processes. On n...

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affiliation

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, DK

presentations

What Is an Academy?
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: architecture, Bergsonism, Foucault

Terri Bird

Terri Bird is an artist primarily practising with Bianca Hester and Scott Mitchell as the collaborative group Open Spatial Workshop. OSW recently exhibited Converging in Time at MUMA, Melbourne. She is also a senior lecture in the Department of Fine Art, MADA at Monash University. Recently her essay ‘Registering Surface, Excavating Inheritances’, including a discussion of the artwork of Nichol...

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affiliation

Monash University, Melbourne, AU

email

terri.bird [AT] monash.edu

web

osw.com.au

presentations

Sonic Forms of Capture
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: Anne Sauvagnargues