Lecture: October 27, 2017 4:00-5:30 in DAR

The LCT is delighted to host Desiree Förster, who will be giving a lecture titled:

"An aesthetic non-conscious. Expanding the sensory apparatus towards pre-perceptual experience"

Desiree Foerster is a PhD student at the Institute for Arts and Media, University of Potsdam, Germany. She graduated in Philosophy, Literature (BA) and Media-Culture-Analysis (MA). Her research interest lies in embodiment and how new artistic and design practices shape affective atmospheres. She presented at several international conferences, and participated in the New Materialism Training School “Research Genealogies and Material Practices” at Tate Modern, London 2016. Desiree holds the Emergent Scholar Award 2017 of the New Directions in the Humanities Research Network. As an independent curator, she also organizes events at the intersection of art and theory in Berlin. 





Lecture + Workshop: February 24, 2017 @ ASU Art Museum Project Space