professor sue golding (johnny de philo)

chair of philosophy in the visual arts & communication technologies
programme director: MA/MPhil/PhD Media Arts Philosophy & Practice


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the issues 
in contemporary culture
and aesthetics


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school of humanities
university of greenwich
maritime campus
greenwich
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Media Arts Philosophy & Practice
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the issues
in contemporary culture and aesthetics

exploring the fuzzy landscapes between the arts, sciences, and media technologies





editor-in-chief:

professor sue "johnny" golding
e: director@mediaartsresearch.com

international advisory board

"ISSUES is terrific...one of the
freshest things I have seen."
- Matias Viegener, Cal Arts, LA

the ISSUES

the issues: One
the issues is not themed but
subdivided into 4 categories:


seminal - projection -
resonance - beat 


hard copy including a DVD
published once a year

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the issues
in contemporary culture and aesthetics

exploring the fuzzy landscapes between the arts, sciences, and media technologies


One   [2005]

contributors: ecke bonk, norman bryson, william haver, james swinson, lynn turner, sheena calvert, jonathan kemp, sue golding (johnny de philo), adrian shaw, simon o'sullivan, p. sik ying-ho, rob stone, lieven de boeck, anne machin, victoria carolyn, alev adil, la raven, ajamu, mairead mcclean, nathan widder, pascale dockree, gauti sigthorsson, mark walker, steve kennedy, teresa stoppani, daniel rubinstein, victoria carolan, lee m woodfield, brenda mckeon, jane madsen, sarah o'donnell, margit rosen, paul cheshire,  pavel braila, carlson hatton, octavian esanu, mindagus simkus, manfred kroboth, rod dickinson & steve rushton.













the issues
in contemporary culture and aesthetics

exploring the fuzzy landscapes between the arts, sciences, and media technologies

International Advisory Board:

Yves Abrioux (Paris); Alev Adil (London); Keith Ansell-Pearson (Coventry); Anthony Auerbach (London); Dawn Barrett (Rhode Island School of Design); Shannon Bell (Toronto); Lieven de Boeck (Brussels); Ecke Bonk (Karlsrhue); Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht); Norman Bryson (San Diego); Carolyn Brown (London);  Nadezda Cacinovic (Zagreb); Eduardo Cadava (Princeton); Noel Campbell (London); Brian Thomas Carroll (Minneapolis); Howard Caygill (London); Ros Davies (London); James Duesing (Carnegie Melon); Barbara Engh (Leeds); Norbert Finzsch (Cologne); Jean Fisher (London); Lizbeth Goodman (London/New York);  Beryl Graham (Sunderland); Chris Hables Gray (Los Angeles); Michela Hampf (Berlin);  Stuart Hall (London); Yukiko Hanawa (New York); William Haver (New York); Daniel Hinchcliffe (Bath); Patrick Keiller (London); Jonathan Kemp (London); Steve Kennedy (London); Jannah Loontjens (Amsterdam); Sylvère Lotringer (New York/Los Angeles); Jane Madsen (London); Tim Marshall (New York); Michael Maziere (London); Mairead Mcclean (London); Jo Morra (London); Kelly O'Reilly (London); Steve Ouditt (Trinidad y Tobago); Gary Peters (Bristol); Salvatore Puglia (Napoli); Jane Rendell (London); John Paul Ricco (Las Vegas); Adrian Rifkin (London);  Ken Sen Ong (Singapore/Berlin); Gauti Sigthorsson (London); Caroline Smith (London); Marq Smith (London); James Swinson (London); Teresa Stoppani (London); Marcel Swiboda (Leeds); Ian Thompson (London); Lynn Turner (London); Matias Viegener (Los Angeles); Stefan Vukovic (Serbia); Richard Wentworth (Oxford); Nathan Widder (Exeter); Richard Wild (London).