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Thinking with Noise

  5th December 2018 | 4.30-6.30pm Margaret Macmillan Building (MMB) 220 | Goldsmiths, University of London Part of the Pluralistic Variations Series Organised by Dr Martin Savransky (Sociology) EVERYONE’S WELCOME! Cecile Malaspina (Paris 7 & Nanterre) THINKING WITH NOISE Noise immediately evokes sound. Yet when “noise” crops up in finance, it is not the din […]

Two workshops on ‘Problems’

Two consecutive workshops bring together members of Goldsmiths Faculty —engaged in different disciplinary perspectives and different practice commitments, both theoretical and methodological— to consider the nature of problems. Bearing in mind concern within the field of Science and Technology Studies about how solutions are arrived at and may even be said to participate in how […]

Diagrams and Play: From Schiller to Deleuze, via Beethoven

Discussant: Alex Wilkie Chair: Marsha Rosengarten Deleuze’s conception of ‘diagrammatics’ implicates a radicalised notion of play. This augments Schiller’s conception of play as the harmonic synthesis of the form impulse and the sensible impulse to reconceive play as the disjunctive synthesis of the sensible. I consider the philosophical sources for this inversion, and attend to […]