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Le Sujet digital 4: codes

Le Sujet digital 4: codes

Publié le par Marie Minger (Source : Claire Larsonneur)

The Digital Subject 4: CODES 2015

Vous trouverez ci-après le programme du 4e et dernier volet du projet de recherche Le Sujet Digital, soutenu par le Labex Arts H2H. Le thème cette année est "Codes" (codifications, encodages ...). Le colloque réunit des spécialistes de littérature, de philosophie et des arts pour des présentations universitaires et des performances artistiques. il se tient en français et en anglais. Entrée libre.

 

Monday the 16th of November

ENSAD (amphi Rodin, 31 rue d’Ulm 75005 Paris)

7-9 pm Labex Hybrid keynote address by Grégory Chatonsky.

“Le code hors sens”.

 

Tuesday the 17th of November 

Université Paris 8 (2 rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint Denis)

Espace Deleuze, building A, first floor.

9.30 am Welcome session

10 am Keynote address, plenary session.

Salle du Conseil. Moderator Arnaud Regnauld.
Alexander Galloway (New York University): “Crystalline Media -- Algorithmic Aesthetics in Late Modernity”

11.15-11.30 am coffee break

Two parallel sessions

Salle du Conseil, moderator Claire Larsonneur.

11.30am-1pm session Interactions
- Damien Charrieras (City University, Hong Kong): “The World(s) as Ultimate Immersive environment. Video Games as Evolutionary Systems”
- Maria Mencia (Kingston University, London): “Transient Self-Portrait”
- Odile Farge: “Code Takes Command: pratiques créatives et stratégies d’auctorialité”

Salle des Commissions, moderator Pierre Cassou-Noguès.

11.30am-1pm session Mathemes
- Martin Irvine (Georgetown University): “The Continuum in the Code Base: Computation as Automated Semiosis”
- Hyundeuk Cheon (EWHA, Seoul): “Deciphering the codes in which human cognition is written: a meta-information view”
- Arthur Lefèvre (Université Paris 8): “Du code au lecteur, l'algorithmique comme signe”

1-2.30 pm Lunch break

2.30- 3.30 pm Plenary session. Salle du Conseil Roundtable Arts Trompeurs

Florent di Bartolo, Peppe Cavallari (UTC Compiègne), Miguel Almiron

Two parallel sessions:

Salle du Conseil, moderator Sara Touiza.

4 - 5.30 pm session Heritage
- Samuel Talcott (University of the Sciences, Philadelphia): “Coding Subjectivity: Canguilhem’s ‘Le Cerveau et la pensée”
- Everardo Reyes-Garcia (Université Paris 8): “Greimas.exe: digital code in the generative trajectory of expression”
- Yves Abrioux (Université Paris 8): "Reading: literature, source-code"

Salle des Commissions, moderator Gwen le Cor.

4 - 5.30 pm session Disrupted selves
- Marion Roussel (ENSA Paris la Villette, P8): "Au-delà du visage. Itinéraires du Soi et du Moi dans les environnements de réalité virtuelle de Marcos Novak."
- Katrin Friedrich et Michael Friedman (Humboldt Universität Berlin): “Immersion of the subject, Codification of Trauma: Head-Mounted Displays in Virtual Reality”
- John Johnston (Emory University, Atlanta): “Reading and (Re)Writing Genomes: Techno-epistemic Events and BioPolitical Complexities”

 

Wednesday the 18th of November

Université Paris 8 (2 rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint Denis)

Espace Deleuze, building A, first floor.

10 am Keynote address, plenary session. Salle du Conseil, moderator Yves Abrioux.

Nick Montfort (MIT): "Ordering & Encoding Characters & Computation"

11-11.30 am coffee break

Two parallel sessions:

Salle du Conseil, moderator Pierre Cassou Noguès.

11.30am-1pm session Theories
- Harry Halpin (Harvard/ Pompidou): “The Fate of Theory in the Digital Era”
- Warren Sack Sack (University of California Santa Cruz): “Code and Critical Theory”
- Sangkyu Shin (EWHA Seoul):“The Structure of Digital Media and the Role of Code in Digital Convergence”

Salle des Commissions, moderator Vincent Broqua.

11.30am-1pm session E-Poetry
- Philippe Bootz (Université Paris 8): “l’Inlisible du code ou la profonde mélancolie d’une écriture sans lecture”
- Loss Pequeño Glazier (SUNY Buffalo):Array Poetics: Coded Poetic Strings, Spaces, and Sites of Poetic Invention
- Piotr Marecki (Krakow, Poland): “Scene poetry”

1-2.30 pm Lunch break

Two parallel sessions:

Salle du Conseil, moderator Arnaud Regnauld.

2.30 – 4pm session Making sense of self
- Marek Wojtaszek (University of Lodz Poland): “Touching Technology. The Haptic Unconscious and a Culture of Digital Intimacy”
- David Apheceix (Université Paris 8): “Interroger la subjectivité avec une application digitale”

Salle des Commissions, moderator Julie Chateauvert.

2.30 – 4pm session Hiatus
- Christine Beaudoin (Université d’Ottawa): “Où et comment s’inscrit le silence? Ce que l’autoethnographie nous apprend sur le code et ses pratiques”
- Erika Fülöp (Lancaster University): “Le code, ou la nouvelle faille épistémologique”
- Martin Doppelt (University of Chicago): “Digital Homonculus”

 

Thursday the 19th of November,

Archives Nationales de France (Auditorium, 59 rue Guynemer, 93380 Pierrefitte-sur-Seine)

10 am Keynote address, plenary session. Moderator Fabienne Brugère.

David Berry (University of Sussex): “The Philosophy of Software: Code and Mediation in the Digital Age”.

11 - 11.30am coffee break

11.30am - 1pm session E-code-nomics. Moderator Claire Larsonneur
- Dominic Smith (University of Dundee): “Cracking the Attention Code: Figuring Attention as Code, not Capital”
- Jan Söffner (Universität Tübingen): “Metaphor. Some thoughts about the limits of digital codification”
- Jonathan Foster (University of Sheffield): “Code, Informational Capitalism and the Regulation of Privacy”

1-2 pm Lunch break

2 pm Plenary session.  Media, archive and arts. Moderator Dominic Smith.

2pm – the Arthélix project on Facebook data storage - Clara Ferrand et Arsenio Reyes

2 – 4.30pm Performance Médias Médiums - Gwenola Wagon (Université Paris 8) and Jeff Guess.

 

Friday the 20th of November

Espace Deleuze, Paris 8, building A, first floor. Salle du Conseil in the morning.

ENSAD (Rotonde, 31 rue d’Ulm 75005 Paris) in the afternoon

10 am Espace Deleuze, Université Paris 8

Roundtable on the Cigale and Typannot projects. Moderator Julie Chateauvert.

1-3.30 pm Lunch break

3.30 - 6.30 pm ENSAD

Observing — Transcoding:  an EnsadLab workshop. Organiser Lucile Haute.
- Ianis Lallemand, PhD student SACRe PSL Research University, EnsadLab. About SOFTWARE STUDIES (an exhibition curated by Cristina Ghetti)  July 18- 21 2015 at Calle de En Plom in Valencia (Spain)
- Mathieu Briand, Student researcher EnsadLab. About PROGRESSION, a performance held on the 14th of August 2015 at La ferme du Bonheur.
- Tomek Jarolim, artist, and Alexandra Saemmer, author and Professor (Université Paris 8), and Lucile Haute – members of the Hyperfictions.org. collective: Concevoir, écire, coder une hyperfiction. About a series of remediations (from app to ePub3) of Conduit d’aération, a novel.
- Samuel Bianchini, artist, member of the Ensad faculty. About En Réalités – I am a bugged program (installation based on a four-screen computer programme, 2009, by Samuel Bianchini and Sylvie Tissot)