Anders Michelsen, Associate Professor, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen; Adjunct Professor, School of Creative Arts, James Cook University. On the board of Sage journal Thesis Eleven and Ekphrasis: Nordic Journal of Visual Culture. Author of more than eighty papers. Forthcoming book on Transvisuality at Brill. Most recently, co-editor and contributor to the three volume collection, Transvisuality: The Cultural Dimension of Visuality, (Liverpool Press 2013-). Co-founder of initiatives for practice-based research, the NGO PeaceWare Somaliland and The Copenhagen-Somali Seminar. Initiator of what is considered the first functioning telepsychiatric system in Africa, 2009-11 in Somaliland.
Frederik Tygstrup is the director of the Copenhagen Doctoral School in Cultural Studies and professor of comparative literature at the University of Copenhagen. His primary specialisation is in the history and theory of the European novel. His present research interests include the intersections of artistic practices and other social practices, urban aesthetics, the history of representations and experiences of space, literature and medicine, literature and geography, literature and politics. Recent articles (in non-Scandinavian languages) include: "Cultural Territories,” in Nora Berning et.al.: Experiencing Space – Spacing Experience, (Metzler 2015);“Notes on Affect ,” in Sharma & Tygstrup (eds.): Structures of Feeling, (de Gruyter 2014).
Research institutes and research based higher education: humanities, social science, creative arts. Academic libraries and libraries in creative arts. Specialists and practitioners in creative arts, cultural institutions and creative industries. Post-graduate students (master students, PhD-students, Post.doc).
Table of contents
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Part I. Ambience – Imaginary
1. The Socioaesthetics of Being Surrounded. Ambient Sociality and Contemporary Movement-Space, Ulrik Schmidt
2. Distant Relations, Negotiating Experiences of Space in Modern Literature, Frederik Tygstrup
3. Mapped Bodies. Notes on the use of biometrics in geopolitical contexts, Max Liljefors and Lila Lee Morrison
4. Mnemosyne and Amnesia. Social memory and the paradoxes of monumental images, Andrea Pinotti
5. The Hidden Homeless - From Bio-politics to Popular Culture in Contemporary Japanese Society, Miya Yoshida
6. No Man’s Langue: Rethinking Language with Ghérasim Luca, Laura Erber
Part II. Imaginary – Ambience
7. Here is a Picture of No Country: The Image Between Fiction and Politics in Eric Baudelaire’s Lost Letters to Max, Asbjørn Grønstad
8. Cute and Cool in Contemporary Japanese Visual Arts, Gunhild Borggreen
9. Socioaesthetics from the margin – On prosopopoiesis and new media, Anders Michelsen
10. The Coming of the Intrinsic Age, Gerhard Schulze
11. So Sharp You Could Bleed: Sharpies and Artistic Representation, A Moment in the Seventies History of Melbourne, Peter Beilharz & Sian Supski
12. Smuggling Lust. On the Cultural Re-Turn of Luxury, Isabel Capeloa Gil