This study is on the cyborgs and monster-figures that the Korean female artist Lee Bul has created in the late 1990s, from the perspective of feminism and posthumanism. I will first contemplate her early performances using her body, and investigate the meaning of her monsters and cyborgs in the relation of women, body, and technology in dislocated time and space. With the discussing about posthuman and posthumanism, I will consequently reveal Lee Bul’s monsters and cyborgs look forward to the posthuman subjectivity.
International Symposium: The Digital Subject 2015. Codes
New extended deadline for submissions: July 10, 2015.
Contributors will be informed of the scientific committee’s decision over July 2015.
We welcome contributions from the following fields: philosophy, literature, arts, archivistics, neuroscience, and the history of science and technology.
Colloque Le Sujet Digital 2015 : Codes
Le colloque ouvrira le lundi 16 novembre 2015 au soir par une Conférence Hybride de Grégory Chatonsky.
Conférences plénières de David Berry (U. of Sussex), Grégory Chatonsky (chercheur et artiste indépendantt), Alexander Galloway (NYU), Nick Montfort (MIT)
Les langues du colloque seront le français et l'anglais.
Appel à communication