Dr Eleni Ikoniadou
|School:||Perf and Screen Studies|
|Location:||Room PR MB 3028, Main Building, Penrhyn Road|
My research looks at the relationship between technology, art and media theory and the capacity of their encounters to generate new concepts and alternative experiences. It has appeared in journals and book collections such as Body & Society (forthcoming), Senses and Society (November 2012), Culture Machine (2010), Leonardo (2010) and others. My first monograph, 'The Rhythmic Event', investigates the underlying dimensions of rhythm in experimental sound and media art and published by The MIT Press Technologies of Lived Abstraction series (eds Brian Massumi and Erin Manning) Summer 2014.
Educational and professional qualifications
|2009||PhD , Univeristy of East London|
|2004||MA , Goldsmiths College|
Teach UG and PG Media Studies modules, specialising in media theory, digital art and culture.
Alice Rekab - An enquiry into generalized non-philosophy: through text, practice and
|: Media theory|
|: Digital Art|
|: Continental Philosophy|
Ikoniadou, Eleni (2014) Abstract time and affective perception in the sonic work of art. Body & Society, 20(3&4), pp. 140-161. ISSN (print) 1357-034X
Ikoniadou, Eleni (2010) Hypersonic sensation: the non-human in human perception. In: Hassan, Nadim and Tessler, Holly, (eds.) Sounds of the Overground: selected papers from a postgraduate colloquium on ubiquitous music and music in everyday life. Turku, Finland : International Institute for Popular Culture. (IIPC Publication Series, no. 2) ISSN (online) 1797-318X ISBN 9789512942336
Conference or Workshop Item
Ikoniadou, Eleni (2011) Splice, freeze, stretch and mutate: digital rhythm as a harbinger of the event. In: Rhythm and Event; 29 Oct 2011, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)