Chaosmotechnics? Art, Media, Techniques, after Deleuze and Guattari is a day-long symposium organised by the School of Computer Science and Statistics in collaboration with the Department of French at Trinity College Dublin.
From the TCD website – ‘The symposium extends an invitation to arts and humanities scholars, engineers and artists to ponder the relevance of philosophical interventions of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari for rethinking the problem of the mutual resonances between art, media and technology today—under the condition of precarisation of labour, planetarisation of technology and algorithmic governance, on the one hand, and the climate crisis, the increasing carbon footprint of streaming media and data centre usage and other forms of environmental degradation inescapably linked to the horizon of the Anthropocene, on the other.’
Speakers at this event include:
Khurshid Ahmad, TCD
Joff P.N. Bradley, Teikyo University, Tokyo
Noel Fitzpatrick, TU Dublin
Francis Halsall, NCAD
Laura U. Marks, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver (online)
Thomas Nail, University of Denver (online)
Harun Šiljak, School of Engineering, TCD
Alex Taek-Gwang Lee, Kyung Hee University, Seoul
Toshiya Ueno, Wako University, Tokyo
This event takes place on Friday 3rd of February 2023 from 9am to 8pm in the Neill lecture theatre of Trinity’s Long Room Hub.