Nicole De Brabandere

Nicole De Brabandere
Researcher in Art

Nicole De Brabandere (PhD, University of Arts, Linz) is an associate researcher at McGill University, Canada, and collaborator member at Hexagram. She is the editor of the forthcoming volume: Media, Practice and Theory: tracking emergent thresholds of experience, a collection of 10 chapters around concepts and practices of corporeality, articulation, and media, to be published by Vernon Press in spring, 2022. De Brabandere’s PhD thesis was awarded the “Research Excellence Award” by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, an award which is given to the forty top doctoral dissertations in all of Austria, from all disciplines. De Brabandere has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on topics such as affect, creative practice, collaboration and media studies, and has presented talks, workshops and exhibitions in these topics at public and private venues internationally. In 2021 De Brabandere presented the short paper “Machine-Generated Portraits as Impersonal Gestures” for the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA): Why Sentience? in 2021. The findings presented in this talk will be published in the experimental text “Co-composing the Perceptible across Affective, Painterly and Computational Generativities” for the special issue: Algo-rhythms, Kunstlicht Journal, Amsterdam, spring 2022.

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