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YVETTE GRANATA

SELECTED WORK

Academic Articles:

 

 

'Digital Unworlds: The Bielefeld Conspiracy', Book Chapter in Digital Existence, edited by Amanda Lagerkvist, (forthcoming Fall 2017).

 

 

'False Color/real life: Chromo-politics and Françoise Laruelle's Photo-Fiction', in NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies, issue 'True', edited by by Ilona Hongisto, Toni Pape, and Alanna Thain, Amsterdam University Press, June 2017.

 

‘Biomorphological Realism: Thinking with Biological Entities in Film and Digital Media’, in TRACE: Journal of Writing, Media, and Ecology, issue ‘Digital Animals: Inhabiting the Intersections of Nature, Culture, and Technology’. University of Florida, April, 2017.

 

 

‘Processing/Lampreys: Towards a Parasite Aesthetics’, in Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy Journal. Issue on New Media Animals, edited by Jane Mummery. October 2016.

 

 

'Killer Robots as Cultural Technique’, co-authored with Tero Karppi and Marc Bohlen, in International Journal of Cultural Studies, October 2016.

 

 

Artist/Invited Publications:

 

 

'Pinthw: Philosophy-in-the-Wild' co-authored with Bogna Konior, in Madame Wang: Journal for Geo-Distributed Collaboration, Special Edition for Taipei Biennial. December 2016.

 

 

‘Amphibian Demons, Not Yet for 3-D Printer’ in Infinite Mile: Journal of Arts and Culture. Issue 26. March 2016.

 

 

‘Hauntification, Aesthetics and Gentrified Toys in a Glass Globe (Or Making Glitch Art Out of Derrida Instead)’ in  Infinite Mile: Journal of Arts and Culture, Special series on Gentrification and Art with University of Michigan Penny Stamps School of Art & Design. Issue 18. July 2015.

 

 

Conference papers online:

 

'The Repetition of Generic Gnostic Matrices',  On Laruelle and Deleuze, Deleuze Studies Conference, July 2016, Rome, Italy

 

 

Science:

 

‘Size Pooling.’ Journal of Vision, 10.7 (2010): 1335, with Chakravarthi, R., Rosen, S., and Pelli, D. (Experiment results from Vision Science project on object recognition and perception of size, created in Object Recognition Lab at NYU)

 

And 'Size Pooling' Poster Here

 

 

 

 

 

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