My theoretical beliefs are vastly influenced by the contemporary thinkers and professors of the University of Paris VIII. From Michel Foucault to Gilles Deleuze, from François Châtelet to Jean-François Lyotard, Hélène Cixous, Pierre Lévy, Alain Badiou, and many others, these intellectuals have had a great impact in defining the major ideological movements of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Their ideas have had a universal impact in elucidating the present situation of our global culture in regards to philosophy, sociology, sciences, and the arts.
Their mission has been to disturb the conventional convictions by stating that in order to set the path to new and practical principles suiting our modern societies, we need to first create a disorder; an extraordinary way of thinking with outcomes that are reflected today, in every aspect of our lives.
What I am mainly concerned about is to analyze the relationship between their (postmodern) thoughts and the current situation of digital arts and interactivity.
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