Tag: Per Israelson
Why Gilbert Simondon?
This is the editorial to the Sensorium Journal-issue on Gilbert Simondon (vol. 3, 2021). It started with curiosity: The name of the French philosopher seemed to pop up here and there, while we were working on dissertations and postdoc-projects. Not just, as we already knew, in the works of the French philosophers Gilles Deleuze, Bernard […]
Per Israelson: A Genre is an Ecosystem
Wednesday October 18 Sensorium-member and upcoming editor of Sensorium Journal, Per Israelson, visited Linköping to give a lecture on genres as an ecosystems. The lecture built on Israelson’s newly defended thesis, Ecologies of the Imagination: theorizing the participatory aesthetics of the fantastic (Stockholm University, 2017). Genre theory by among others Tzvetan Todorov was revised with […]
Editorial: Sensorium Journal 2
”Since Sputnik, the planet has become a global theatre under the proscenium arch of man-made satellites. Our psyches acquire thereby a totally new rim-spin.” (Marshall McLuhan, Culture is our business, 1970) With these words by Marshall McLuhan, you are hereby welcomed to the second issue of Sensorium Journal. This issue includes papers from the Geomedia […]