Panel: Without Sin: Taboo and Freedom within Digital Media
FILM & LECTURE PRESENTATION: At a time when technologies of exchange promise the new, the unlimited, the wild and free, let us give a small thought to the stylistics of (sexual) difference, fractal in nature, sequentially infinite and seductively compelling – a kind of ‘beyond’ the pleasure-pain/death principles that suggest a whole new end-game to morals, ethics, and the status of being human.
- Sue Golding (aka johnny de philo) is a critical philosopher and artist whose internationally rated research covers the intra/interdisciplinary discourses associated with the contemporary media arts, new sciences and communication technologies. Set out in terms of installation, performance, rolling-documentary, books, articles and aphoristic text, her works address the various aspects of contemporary art practice in terms of their mobile multi-media, contemporarary philosophical foundations and meta-mathematic (space-time) dimensionalities. Professor Golding is Director of the Institute for the Converging Arts & Sciences (Greenwich, UK), a postgraduate/post-doctoral international research environment.