Warren Neidich on Sun, 5 Oct 2008 10:40:30 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-nl] Architecture in MInd: Warren Neidich

Dear All,

I just wanted to let you know about this conference I have co-organized
at the TU Delft School of Architecture. For you who are close at hand  
please join us.


Trans_Thinking the City: Architecture in Mind: from bio-politics to  

Organized by Warren Neidich and Deborah Hauptmann
Two-day Colloquium: October 31 & November 1, 2008

Trans_Thinking the City: Architecture in Mind: from bio-politics to  

Two-day Colloquium: October 31 & November 1, 2008

Delft School of Design (DSD)
Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology
Julianalaan 132 [Venue to be announced]

theme (to be presented and discussed)
The Social Mind ; Cognitive Capitalism | Deleuze and the Brain |  
Global Architecture and its Political Masquerades | New Spatial  
Practices, The World is Flat | Brain and Culture; Brain and Culture |  
Non Linear Dynamic Systems in the Brain | Readiness Potential |  
Architecture and Attention | Post-Phenomena and Persuasion

colloquium participants
Andreas Angelidakis
Principal, Angelidakis Studio

Yann M. Boutang
Professor in Economy, Compiègene University, France, Director of the  
journal Multitudes

Jordan Crandall
Associate Professor in the Visual Arts Department at University of  
California, San Diego

Keller Easterling
Associate Professor of Architecture, Yale University School of  

Scott Kelso
Glenwood and Martha Creech Chair in Science at Florida Atlantic  
University. Founder and Director of the Center for Complex Systems and  
Brain Sciences

Marcus Miessen
Director of Studio Meissen, London Berlin. Director, AA Winter School  
Middle East, Visiting Professorship in Shiraz Iran|

Warren Neidich
Visiting Artist and Research Fellow Center for Cognition, Computation  
and Culture, Goldsmiths College London

John Protevi
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Department of French Studies, Louisiana State University

Bruce Wexler
Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University Medical School,  Director  
Neurocognitive Research Laboratory, Connecticut Mental Health Center

Charles Wolfe
ARC Research Fellow, Unit for History and Philosophy of Science,  
University of Sydney

This colloquium is open to the public, to register to attend please  
send an email to:
dsd-bk@tudelft.nl <mailto:dsd-bk@tudelft.nl>  - placing 'Register:  
Trans Thinking: Architecture in Mind' in the subject line

For further information please visit the DSD website:  
www.dsd.tudelft.nl <http://www.dsd.tudelft.nl/>

delft school of design trans_thinking the city series
The aim of the Trans_Thinking series is to bring together experts and  
scholars in both the sciences and the humanities to discuss issues  of  
relevance to current architecture and urban practices; issues  
effecting our cities, polis, ethos, communities. Trans_Thinking  is a  
term employed to indicate a new mode of intellectual activity,  
thinking as part of mental mechanism brought to bear on emergent  
fields in both theoretical discourse and practice based activities  
operating at the margins of what has often been referred to as trans- 
disciplinarity. As such, Trans_Thinking attempts to think  in the  
intervals between art, technology,  politics, science and philosophy –  
between the so called empirical and speculative.

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