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10 Jun Susan Kozel: Phenomenology – Exercise Centered Investigation in the Arts, Stanford College



Susan Kozel, professor of new media at Malmö College, was questioned to contribute a lecture on Phenomenology to contribute to the class substance for the Exercise Centered Investigation in the Arts class available by Stanford College in the United states of america. This class was published and taught by theatre artists Leslie Hill and Helen Paris, both equally Associate Professors in General performance Generating, with Ryan Tacata (artist and PhD applicant). This class is totally free and on line https://novoed.com/pbr. Browse a lot more about Susan Kozel http://medea.mah.se/2010/ten/susan-kozel-professor-of-new-media/

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6 Comments
  • sheinagh anderson
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    Thank you. More please.

  • Budiman Budimen
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    I'm curious to see if this woman has ever in her life picked up a calculator. But who knows, some people actually like to break their categories.

  • Tal Yam
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    Amazing

    thank you!

  • Sondra Fraleigh
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    Thanks for this Susan.

  • Nicolas Nami
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    This was wonderful.  It has now been 12 years since I've been using this method to create motion graphics, and also music.  I will never forget my Professor's name who taught me this.  Thanks to Professor Constantine of George Mason University.  Also, thank you for sharing this with the world.  Great Book also!

  • Fuad Arif
    Posted at 18:22h, 10 June

    What a refreshing video on Practice base. I'm planing to do my Phd in Art Practice next year. Any good advice?

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