Galatasaray Üniversitesi Doktora Seminerlerinin ikinci konuğu Prof. Dr. Ferhat Özgür, 1965 yılında Ankara’da doğdu. 1989 yılında Gazi Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Resim-İş Eğitimi Bölümü’nden mezun olduktan sonra Hacettepe Üniversitesi Güzel Sanatlar Fakültesi Resim Bölümünde yüksek lisans ve doktora yaptı ve aynı fakültede öğretim üyesi oldu. Şu an, İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, Sanat ve Tasarım Fakültesi, İletişim Tasarımı Bölümünde öğretim üyesidir.
Media Theorist Dr. Jussi Parikka will give a seminar on Media Archaeology and Artistic Methodology, during the course, VCD 519 Studies in Dead Media Culture, Dec 19th, E-1.101.A at 18:00. In this seminar he will discuss “dead media” from the perspective of media archaeology theory, addressing its applications and developments in contemporary technological arts, as well as some aspects in relation to visual design culture. Also the notion of “zombie media” will be introduced.
Dr Jussi Parikka is a media theorist who works at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton (UK). His work has elaborated the concept of media archaeology as well as the theoretical contexts of contemporary audiovisual and network culture. His books include Insect Media (2010), What is Media Archaeology (2012), and he has edited such collections as Media Archaeology (2011), Medianatures (2011) and a volume of Wolfgang Ernst-writings Digital Memory and the Archive (2013). For the Fall 2013 he is affiliated with Bahcesehir University in Istanbul. Parikka’s blog and website: http://jussiparikka.net.
Please feel free to download the attached texts to get an insider view on topics that will be discussed in the seminar.
You can also check the following links for the books Dr. Parikka has published:
University of Sussex
2-3 November 2012
The annual World Picture Conference gathers scholars from a range of different disciplines to address the relation between critical theory, philosophy, and aesthetics. For this year’s meeting we welcome papers on questions of action. Such considerations might include (but are in no sense limited to):
• voluntarism • collectivity (in aesthetics, media, politics) • intentionality • acting (in film, media, theatre/performance) • acting out • willfulness • riotous behaviour • interaction/interactivity • inaction/inactivity • performative utterances/actions • performativity • neo-Arendtian accounts of action • media as action • action in perception • decision • stimulation
Please send a 250 word abstract, five-entry bibliography, and brief bio firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 June.
11:00 – Açılış (Prof. Dr. Beyza Oba, Rektör Yardımcısı)
11:15 – “Etikte Temel Yaklaşımlar ve Üniversitede Yaşam” (Doç. Dr. Ferda Keskin)
12:00 – “Etik Kurulları ve Boğaziçi Üniversitesi’ndeki Deneyimler” (Prof. Dr. Cevza Sevgen, Doç. Dr. Serra Müderrisoğlu)
13:00 – Öğle yemeği arası
14:00 – Yuvarlak Masa Tartışması: “Araştırma ve Etik” (Yrd. Doç. Dr. Itır Erhart, Doç. Dr. Tansel Korkmaz, Yrd. Doç. Dr. Hasan Otu, Gökhan Tan)
14:45 – “Üniversitenin Dış İlişkilerinde Etik” (Prof. Dr. Halil Nalçaoğlu)
15:30 – “Üniversitede Yönetişim ve Etik” (Prof. Dr. Üstün Ergüder)
16:15 – Çay/kahve molası
16:30 – Genel Tartışma
Üniversite Yaşamında Etik Sempozyumu
Tarih: 21 Ekim 2011, Cuma
Yer: Kuştepe Kampüsü, Büyük Salon
THE SIP GRANT PROGRAM
Founded in 2010, the Shpilman Institute for Photography is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support international scholarly research and artistic projects that advance the practices, uses, and effects of photography. The SIP programs encompass both historical and contemporary photography, with a special interest in its relationship to philosophy, and include public events such as conferences and panels, a grant program, publications, and a dynamic website for scholarly research and professional updates.
The Shpilman Institute for Photography was founded in 2010 when the field of photography was expanding at unprecedented rates and the critical need for deeper scholarship and contemplation of its social, philosophical, artistic, and cultural implications became evident.
The SIP began by organizing conferences, panels, and talks in Israel, and supporting scholarly and artistic activities locally and globally, with colleagues from such leading institutions as the Jeu de Paume, the Museum of Modern Art, and Parsons The New School for Design. In 2010 The SIP announced its Annual Grant Program that has awarded $120,000 to over a dozen researchers from around the world.
The SIP Grant Program supports research on photography and the merger of theory and photographic practice by funding significant projects by emerging and established artists, curators, and organizations at strategic points in their development. Thay concentrate on projects that have a broad impact and are in dialogue with international art discourse.
The SIP operates via two grant programs: Research Grants for Academic Writing, and Funding for Exhibition-Related Research .
The announcement on the Exhibition-Related Research program will take place in September 2011. For additional details and questions please contact by email email@example.com or visit http://thesip.org/
International PhD workshop and conference, organised by Digital Aesthetics Research Centre/Centre for Digital Urban Living, Aarhus University, in partnership with the transmediale festival for art and digital culture, and Universität der Künste, Berlin.
SUBMIT YOUR WORK
Deadline: 31 August 2011
With the conceptual framework of in/compatible we are looking for artistic works in any genre and format that either explicitly or in more subtle ways engage the incompatible nature of contemporary technological cultures. We imagine that these works rather than anticipating resolution, address, accentuate and invest in the unresolved tensions across translocal media practices and systems. In particular we are calling for works that take us by surprise by not quite “fitting in“.
The selected works will form part of our exhibition as well as of our screening, performance and conference programme. While there will be no transmediale Award this year, works may be considered for the Vilém Flusser Residency Programme, taking the form of a 2 months artistic research residency run by tm and UdK in Berlin.
Works taken into consideration for the programme can be related to the following keywords and areas:
dissensual aesthetics, hacktivism, operating systems, speculative realisms, queer technologies, strange ontologies, displacements, ecologies, psychedelia, glitches, spam, media-archaeologies, technological obsolescence, haunted media, reverse remediations, the untimely, erotics, ambivalences, tools, law, anxieties, confusions, violence, obscurities, junk, addictions, restlessness, destructions, attractions, accidents, isolation, punk, surrealisms, aggressiveness, the uncommon, frustrations, spiritualities, risks, dubious calculations, psychosis, uneven structures, crimes.