Julie Rrap at the 8th International Deleuze Studies CAMP 2015

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Julie Rrap, artist and SCA lecturer is participating in Daughters of Chaos: Discipline, Practice, a Life. Monday 22th June – Friday 26 June 2015 at Stockholm and Uto Island. She told NMiCA “there are a number of sessions on ‘New Materialism’. There is also an exhibition in the Gallery of Konstfack:University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in which I have work as part of the extended cross disciplinary nature of the event.”


The Deleuze Studies CAMP is an intensive seminar and workshop event directed toward PhD researchers and emerging researchers keen to develop their understanding of the philosophical theories and practical applications of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. This year the title of the camp, as with the conference is: Daughters of Chaos: Practice, Discipline, A Life. The Deleuze Studies Camp has preceded the international Deleuze Studies conference since its inception in 2008. In the past it has functioned as a well-attended and very popular pre-conference event with the specific aim of enabling PhD students, post-graduates, but also more experienced researchers and practitioners to engage with established Deleuze scholars in intense seminar and workshop scenarios. In 2015, the 8th international Deleuze Studies Camp will take place on the island of Utö in the outer archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden. Our aim will be to explore productive transdisciplinary connections across a diversity of disciplines – including architecture, urbanism, education, gender studies, literature, philosophy, art, theatre and performance arts. We will discuss emerging domains of knowledge and their respective research practices and methodologies toward a rethinking of local and global environmental relations, or what we call ‘a life’. Our schedule so frames the following topics: rethinking institutional and disciplinary frameworks; environmental disciplining; pedagogical practices and habits; new material practices and a life; creating disciplinary consistency. Our camp guides include: Mindy Blaise; Marc Boumeester; Gary Genosko; Anna Hickey Moody; Adrian Parr; Julieanna Preston; Andrej Radman; Daniel W. Smith. Hélène Frichot and Catharina Gabrielsson will curate the camp, and Daniella Angelucci will introduce plans for the 2016 Deleuze Camp. (see http://daughtersofchaos.net/camp-2/)

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