Final program Deleuze and Aesthetics

09:00-09:30 Registration
Gymnasion 3
09:30-09:50 Anneke Smelik: Welcome and opening
Arjen Kleinherenbrink: Deleuze & Aesthetics
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10:00-11:15 I – Decentering subject matter
[GN1] Chair: Edwin Wenink
II – Images found in films
[GN2] Chair: Teun van Laake
Jasmin Duecker
Surface, series, sense: immanence and style in Deleuze and Dickinson
Oleg Lebedev
Images against clichés: conflation and provocation in Jean-Luc Godard
Mike Ardoline
Radical experience in Deleuze and Lovecraft, or Walter Gilman, superior empiricist
Alessio Tommasoli
Hannah Arendt by Margarethe von Trotta
Maria Anna Zazzarino
North-American nomads: the novels of Jack Kerouac, Thomas Pynchon, and Paul Auster
Carlos Candela
Time in the dialectic between still image and moving image
11:15-11:30 Coffee
Foyer Gymnasion 
11:30-12:45 III – Deep into the work of art
[GN1] Chair: Sjoerd van Tuinen
IV – What we draw from music
[GN2] Chair: Rick Dolphijn
Agnieszka Anna Wolodźko
To have done with the judgment of aesthetics! Deleuze’s ethology actualized in bioart
Oliver Chandler
Symphonic battlegrounds: the Deleuze / Badiou conflict in Elgar’s Second Symphony
David Benjamin Johnson
Deleuze and Bridget Riley on painting: color, space, intensity
Juan-Jose Guerra-Valiente
Drawing the forces of musical time and space: the smooth and the striated
William R. Morgan
Weaponizing and weapon handling the work of art: ballistics and propulsion in Joel-Peter Witkin, Joseph Beuys, and Dieter Roth
Zeina Al Azmeh
Musical multiplicities and sonic intensities: population and intensive thinking in Deleuzian music
12:45-13:45 Lunch
Foyer Gymnasion

Poster presentations: Deleuze and Games
Rick Dolphijn, Joleen Blom, Zowi Vermeire, Samuel A. Bom, Ruben Endendijk, Arash Ghajarjazi, Tessa de Zeeuw
13:45-15:00 Keynote
Gymnasion 3

Mark Hansen
From Transcendental Sensibility to Firstness: Reading Deleuze with Peirce
Chair: Rosi Braidotti
15:00-15:15 Coffee
Foyer Gymnasion  
15:30-16:45 V – Exceptions caught on camera
[GN1] Chair: Anneke Smelik
VI – Fascinating figures of fiction
[GN2] Chair: Simon Gusman
Irina Schulzki
The aesthetics of a crack-up:Kira Muratova’s cinema
Kevin Potter
Michael K.’s nomad existence: errantry in South African space
Masaki Kondo
The emergence of the new: Terry Adkin’s audiovisual rhetoric inFlumen Orationis (2012)
Catarina Pombo Nabais
Beckett and the exhaustion of the possible
Joseph Krakoff
Toxicity and Contagion – David Cronenberg and Gilles Deleuze
Carla Schriever
Considering Deleuze’s alterity structures in popular music fandom
16:45-17:00 Book launch: R. Braidotti & R. Dolphijn (eds),The Deleuzian Century: Art, Activism, Society, Amsterdam: Brill Rodopi
17:00-18:00 Lecture with recital
Gymnasion 3
Alfia Nakipbekova“Xenakis: Nomos Alpha for solo cello”

Followed by drinks
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Keynote speaker:

HansenPhoto-224x300Mark B. N. Hansen is Professor of Literature and Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Duke University. Having studied Comparative and French Literature at New York University and the University of California, Hansen held a Fulbright Full Scholarship at the University of Konstanz, Germany, in 1990 and 1991. In 1994, he received his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at the University of California. Hansen worked as Assistant Professor of English (tenure-track) at Southwest Texas State University (1994-1997) and at Princeton University (1997-2004). From 2005 to 2008, Hansen was Professor of English, Visual Arts and Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Chicago.

During this period, he published Bodies in Code. Interfaces in Digital Media, a study on the effects of the cyberspace on the civilization predicting an increasing virtualization of the human being, which won the Ars Electronica Book Prize in 2008. Recent Fellowships include the Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities at Stanford University and the Fulbright Research Grant for non-China Specialists.

His recent publications include: