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					Resonance(s): A Deleuze and Guattari Conference on
           Philosophy, Arts and Politics
                              April 22-24, 2010


 santralistanbul, ISTANBUL BILGI UNIVERSITY
   Silahtarağa Mah. Kazım Karabekir Cad. No:1, 34060 Eyüp, İstanbul - Turkey




                          PROGRAMME




                             Convened by
                            Zafer Aracagök

                                Assistants:
                                Ceren Mert
                               Çağıl Ömerbaş




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Resonance(s): A Deleuze and Guattari Conference on
          Philosophy, Arts and Politics
                                    April 22-24, 2010


      santralistanbul, ISTANBUL BILGI UNIVERSITY
          Silahtarağa Mah. Kazım Karabekir Cad. No:1, 34060 Eyüp, İstanbul - Turkey




APRIL 22, 2010 (Thursday)


12.30 – 13.00
REGISTRATION + COFFEE
Energy Museum


13.00 – 13.30
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION:
Energy Museum Auditorium
       Zafer Aracagök, (Bilgi University, TR)


13.30-15.30
PLENARY PANEL Moderator: Zafer Aracagök
Energy Museum Auditorium
       Constantin Boundas, (Trent University, CA): Resonance as the Escape from
       the “Third Man” Predicament of the Άρμονια Άρμονιης
       Arkady Plotnitsky, (Purdue University, US): From Resonance to Interference:
       From Psychoanalysis to Schizoanalysis to Philosophy, Science, and Art in
       Deleuze and Deleuze and Guattari




15.30 – 16.00
COFFEE BREAK




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16.00-17.30
PARALLEL SESSIONS:


RESONANCE AS A CONCEPT (E1 – 301) Moderator: Gary Genosko
        Marcel Swiboda (University of Leeds, UK): Resounding Images of Thought:
        Auditioning Alternative Approaches to Conceptual Thinking by way of
        Deleuze and Guattari
        Bican Polat (The Johns Hopkins University, US): Resonance: Exploring the
        Life and Thought of Difference
        Corry Shores (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE): Resonance and
        Phenomena: Sensations of Intensity


GEOPOLITICS/GEOPHILOSOPHY (E1 – 304) Moderator: Joseph Fulka
        Craig Lundy (University of New South Wales, AU): Resonating with the past:
        thoughts on the consistency of history and becoming in Deleuze and Guattari‟s
        geophilosophy
        Laura Turarbekova (Université Jean Moulin Lyon3, FR): Eurasia:
        geographical imaginations
        Thomas Seguin (University of Montpellier, FR) : Political Alchemy: Echoing
        the world (Natural and social organicity)


MODES OF POLITICAL INTERVENTIONS (E1 – 307) Moderator: Einat Bar-On
Cohen
        Marietta Radomska (Utrecht University, NL): Towards Politics of A Life
        Marjorie Gracieuse (University of Warwick, UK): Deleuze on Crowned
        Anarchy
        Lindsay Lerman (University of Guelph, CA): “Is this Just Madness?”:
        Resonance and the New Image of Thought




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21.00 – PERFORMANCE
Richard Pinhas and Jérôme Schmidt (http://www.myspace.com/richardpinhas)
MiniMüzikhol
Sıraselviler Caddesi Soğancı Sok. No:7/1 Beyoğlu – Istanbul
http://www.minimuzikhol.com/
Entrance free for conference participants
First drinks free




INSTALLATION
Rhizomeet
Please note that Ridha Dhib will start building an installation, on April 22 to
finalise it on April 24 when Elisabeth Celle will be performing. Installation
and performance will take place inside E1, ground floor, santralistanbul.




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APRIL 23, 2010 (Friday)
10.00 – 12.00
PLENARY PANEL (E1 – 301) Moderator: Mahmut Mutman
       Gary Genosko (Lakehead University, CA): Guattari's Self-Medication
       Daniel W. Smith (Purdue University, US): On the Nature of Concepts


12.00 – 13.00
Lunch Break
       Please note that Silvia Maglioni and Graeme Thomson’s film, Facs of Life,
       will be shown on a loop between 12.00 – 17.30 at E1 – 207.




13.00 – 15.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS:


RESONATING THE VISUAL (E1 – 301) Moderator: Elena del Rio
       Lewis Johnson (Bahçeşehir University, TR): Virtualities and informatics:
       thinking video with Deleuze
       Elena del Rio (University of Alberta, CA): The Grace of Destruction: Deleuze
       and the Ethics of Violent Cinema
       Özge Ejder (Yeditepe University, TR): Art as active memory: Deleuze and
       Guattari‟s notion of the „monument‟
       Elzbieta Buslowska (University of Essex, UK): The Power of the Fixed Shot:
       Deleuze, Time-image and Photography


RESONATIVE PLANES OF CONSISTENCIES (E1 – 304) Moderator: Marcel
Swiboda
       Audrone Zukauskaite (Lithuanian Institute for Culture Research, LT):
       Becoming-minoritarian Against Universalism
       Judith Wambacq (University of Ghent, BE): An Examination of the Non-
       dialectic Nature of the Resonances between Deleuze, Merleau-Ponty and
       Bergson




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        Josef Fulka (Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, CZ): Deleuze‟s
        Symptomatology: philosophy as decomposition
        Sjoerd van Tuinen (Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL): Michelangelo,
        Leibniz and the Serpentine Figure.


IMITATION, SYNTHESIS AND MIRACULATION (E1 – 307) Moderator: Craig
Lundy
        Ebru Belgin Yetişkin (Istanbul Technical University, TR): Imitation and
        Repetition: Functions of Resonative and Communicative Agents
        Mai Al-Nakib (Kuwait University, KW): Disjunctive Synthesis: Deleuze and
        Arab Feminism
        Erika Gaudlitz (University of Ballarat, AU): The Process of Miraculation in
        Deleuze‟s Schreber as instance of an Anoedipal Unconscious


        15.00 – 15.30
        COFFEE BREAK


        15.30 – 17.30
        PARALLEL SESSIONS


OUTSIDE AND NON-PHILOSOPHY (E1 – 301) Moderator: Peter Borum
        Marc Rölli (Institut für Philosophie, TU Darmstadt, DE): Philosophy and Non-
        Philosophy
        Benoit Dillet (University of Kent, UK) : The Thought of the Outside in
        Foucault and Deleuze (Echoes)
        Jean-Baptiste Dussert (Université Paris 11, FR): The Limits of Philosophy
        Jason B. Mohagheghand (Northeastern Illinois University, US) and Seema
        Golestaneh: (Columbia University, US) Silence, Exhaustion, and the Outside
        of Language: The Minimalist Excess of Deleuzian Literatures




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ECHOES OF THE UNKNOWN: RESONANCE(S) IN IMAGES, CINEMA,
BODIES AND LIFE (E1 – 304) Moderator: Judith Wambacq
      Adam Staley Groves (European Graduate School, CH): Vacancies in Image
      and Resonance Disasters: Gilles Deleuze and the Image
      Sophie Uitz ( European Graduate School, CH): Life in Difference: on the
      synthetic drive of the unknown
      Julia Hölzl (Independent Scholar, AT): Be tween: Finite Fissures
      Jeremy Fernando (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore ): On Bodies:
      Reading, Resonance, Death


INTERACTIVE RESONANCES (E1 – 307) Moderator: Mai Al-Nakib
      Jac Saorsa (Frederick University, CY): Interpreting Process in Flux
      Pınar Sezginalp (Izmir University of Economics, TR) : Deleuzian Concepts in
      Relation to Contemporary Artworks
      Stefan Hölscher (Gießen University, DE): Let‟s Work Differently:
      6Months1Location and the Resonances between production, labour, thought,
      dance and community
      Einat Bar-on Cohen (Hebrew University, IL) : The Cosmology of Japanese
      Archery – Kyudo – and the Dynamics of Resonance




      18.30 – PERFORMANCE:
      <fidget> Morphic Resonance 3
      Peter Price and Megan Bridge (US)
      E4 – 302 (Dance Studio), santralistanbul
      http://www.thefidget.org/home/index.html




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APRIL 24, 2010 (Saturday)
10.00 – 12.00
PLENARY PANEL (E1 –301) Moderator: Karen Houle
       Philippe Mengue (Collège international de Philosophie, FR): Becoming
       Imperceptible: What For?
       Mahmut Mutman (Bilkent University, TR): Colonial Desire


12.00 – 13.00
Lunch Break


13.00 – 15.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS:


SOUND AND RESONANCE (E1 – 301) Moderator: Thomas Seguin
       Manola Antonoli (Collège International de Philosophie, FR): Sounds and Places
       Bruno Heuzé (independent journalist, FR): Deleuze and Music: A Plane of
       Resonance
       Peter Price (<fidget>, US): Experimental Music Notation as Abstract
       Machine
       Kurt Ozment (Bilkent University, TR): Difference and Repetition in the Work
       of Morton Feldman


RESONATIVE PHILOSOPHIES (E1 – 304) Moderator: Yağmur Denizhan
       Vefa Karatay and Yağmur Denizhan (Boğaziçi University, TR): (Internal)
       Resonance and Simondon‟s Relational Ontology
       Peter Borum (Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, DK): Resonance of
       Meaning: Quality and Intensity
       Gülben Salman (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE): Resonances and
       Differences between Kant‟s, Lyotard‟s and Deleuze‟s Understanding of the
       Sublime




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      Laurent de Sutter (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek, BE): Deleuze, Tarde
      and Law


LITERARY AND ARTISTIC RESONANCES (E1 – 307) Moderator: Marc Rölli
      David Jarraway (University of Ottawa, CA): “In Any Event”: A “Literary
      Resonance” between Painting and Architecture
      Catarina Pombo Nabais (Centre of Philosophy of Science of University of
      Lisbon, PT): The first impact of Guattari on Deleuze‟s work: re-reading
      Proust and Signs
      Kelly Hardcastle Jones (University of Guelph, CA): Becoming-Writer: A
      Primer
      Diana Masny (University of Ottawa, CA): Resonance and Becoming with
      Multiple Literacies Theory (MLT)


      15.00 – 15.30
      COFFEE BREAK


      15.30 – 17.30
      PARALLEL SESSIONS


SPATIAL EXPERIMENTS (E1 – 301) Moderator: Lewis K. Johnson
      Maarten Walraven (University of Manchester, UK): A Spatial Question Or
      How I go from resonance to rhythm to everyday spaces in the city
      Albin Lohr-Jones (independent scholar, US): From a State Geometry to Network
      Topologies: Five Propositions on Teletechnical Striation
      Davina Marques (University of São Paulo, BR): E (experimentations: in between
      philosophy and literature)
      Ceren Mert, (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TR): A “Noisy” Deconstruction
      of Sound and Space: Exploring a “Third Way” by means of Deleuze-Guattari
      and Lefebvre




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SENSE, RHYTHM AND RESONANCE (E1 – 304) Moderator: Stefan Hölscher
      Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu (Hacettepe University, TR) : Resonances: Messiaen‟s
      Transposition of Nature‟s Cosmic Music into Human Scale
      Tommy Ruben Edholm (University of Southern Denmark, DK): A Resonance
      Machine
      Hilan Bensusan (University of Brasilia, BR): Resonating: becoming-anOther
      without inhaling
      Gordon C.F. Bearn (Lehigh University, US): Resonating Rhythms: Gilles
      Deleuze, Francis Bacon, and Sensual Enjoyment




EVENT AND FRAGMENTS (E1 – 307) Moderator: Ebru Yetişkin
      Çimen Günay-Erkol (Özyeğin University, TR): Male Hero in the Minor Mode:
      Resonance of Minority Modes in Murat Uyurkulak‟s Har
      Xymena Synak-Pskit (University of Gdańsk, PL): Fragment, or on Deleuzian
      Event
      Marta Celletti (University of Western Australia, AU) : Digital Time as Event
      Time
      Leonel Antunes (University of Brasilia, BR): Politics after A Thousan Plateaus




      18.30 – PERFORMANCE
      Rhizomeet
      Ridha Dhib, FR (http://fairerhizome.hautetfort.com/)
      Elisabeth Celle, FR (http://rhizomonde.hautetfort.com/)
      Music: Zafer Aracagök, TR
      E1 – ground floor, santralistanbul


      19.30 – 21.30 COCKTAIL
      Tamirane – santralistanbul



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