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Dimitris Ginosatis [Δημήτρης Γκινοσάτης] - Academic Curriculum

Dr Dimitris Ginosatis (PhD) is a post-doctoral researcher at the Ionian University’s Department of Audio & Visual Arts (working on the subject of: “Nested space-forms, reflexive domains, imaginary complexity – An experimental investigation, through 3D design, modeling and visualization, into G. Spencer-Brown’s formal logical universe [Laws of Form] and its aesthetic ramifications”), a scientific collaborator at the "Digital Arts" Postgraduate Studies Program of the Athens School of Fine Arts (Greece) and a professional translator in the fields of philosophy, aesthetics and literature. From 2007 until 2017, he has taught -as Privat Docent (unremunerated Lecturer), Adjunct Lecturer (upon contractual basis) and subsequently as adjunct Assistant Professor (also upon contractual basis)- "Media Philosophy & Aesthetics" and "Theories & Technologies of Aesthetic Perception" at the "Digital Arts" Postgraduate Studies Program of the Athens School of Fine Arts (Greece). In his PhD, received in 2008, he dealt with the ontological, epistemological and aesthetic implications of digital system modeling and simulation technosciences. His research and teaching activity has been oriented towards a form of interdisciplinary ontoaesthetics at the intersection of classical modern and contemporary continental philosophy, cultural studies, media & communication theory, 2nd order cybernetics and radical constructivist epistemologies. He has written on the subject of philosophy, aesthetics and technical media and has delivered lectures in (inter)national academic conferences, symposia, as well as in workshops, seminars and masterclasses (in collaboration with documenta 14, University of Toronto’s “M. McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology”, the “Digital Futures Program” of the Ontario University of Arts & Design, the Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, the University of the Aegean, the Ionian University, the Benaki Museum and other academic and cultural institutions).  He has translated into Greek and published twelve books in the fields of 20th century continental philosophy (J. Derrida, M. Foucault, S. Kofman, P. Klossowski), 20th century contemporary art theory & aesthetics (N. Bourriaud), ethics & biotechnology (M. J. Sandel) and 18th-19th-20th century french literature (M. de Sade, G. de Maupassant, J. Tournier). He has also (co)translated into Greek essays by Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Kittler and Vilém Flusser. For a detailed version of Dimitris Ginosatis' academic curriculum, see here.



Article dans une revue2 documents

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Από τις εικόνες της πραγματικότητας στην πραγματικότητα των εικόνων. "Container" Magazine for Politics, Culture & the Arts, 2010. 〈hal-01396699〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Νοσταλγώντας Τη "Γυμνή Αλήθεια" - Κριτικό Άρθρο Για Την Κοινωνία Του Θεάματος Του Guy Debord. "Eleftheros Typos tis Kyriakis", 2007. 〈hal-01396369〉

Communication dans un congrès5 documents

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Πόλεμος πατήρ πάντων μέσων: Μία πολεμολογική προσέγγιση του μέσου "Τηλεόραση". TV: once a “powerful medium”, now coming to an end?, May 2012, Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, Athens/Greece, Greece. 〈hal-01220729v7〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis, Dionyssis Kavvathas, Anastazia Golemi. Microphysics of Hardware or the Gigantism of the Infinitesimally Small. Marshall McLuhan and Walter J. Ong International Centenary Symposium (The New Sensorium - Embodied Perception, Extensions of Humanity & Digital Communication), Apr 2012, Athens, Greece. 〈hal-01234444v4〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis, Dionyssis Kavvathas. Μικροφυσική του hardware ή ο γιγαντισμός του απειροελάχιστου. Marshall McLuhan and Walter J. Ong International Centenary Symposium (The New Sensorium - Embodied Perception, Extensions of Humanity & Digital Communication), Apr 2012, Athens, Greece. 〈hal-01234437v3〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Μητροπολιτική αρχιτεκτονική και κινηματογραφία: Μοντέρνες ψυχοτεχνολογίες στην αυγή του 20ου αιώνα. Ville et Cinéma: Espaces de Projection, Espaces Urbains, Nov 2009, Athènes, Greece. 〈〉. 〈hal-01220128v6〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Εκλεκτικές συγγένειες: Η γέννηση της θεωρίας περί έργου τέχνης του Walter Benjamin μέσα από τη θεωρία περί πολιτικού του Carl Schmitt. Art & Politics, Dec 2005, City of Aspropyrgos, Attica, Greece. 〈hal-01233318〉

Chapitre d'ouvrage4 documents

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Πρακτικές του βλέπειν - Σύντομο σχόλιο για την ένθεση εικαστικών έργων στον δημόσιο αστικό ιστό. Artistic Interventions in Public Space - The Case of Athens, 2011. 〈hal-01232024v2〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Η γαλλική στροφή στον Νίτσε: Η κριτική της μεταφυσικής ως κριτική της γλώσσας. Sarah Kofman, Ο Νίτσε και η μεταφορά, μτφ. Δημήτρης Γκινοσάτης, Αθήνα: εκδ. Σμίλη, 2010, Smili Publishing House, pp.379, 2010, 978-960-7793-66-9. 〈,〉. 〈hal-01222795v3〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Κάτω από τη μάσκα του ρασιοναλισμού: Sade via Klossowski. Pierre Klossowski, Ο ανοσιουργός φιλόσοφος, εισ.-μτφ. Δημήτρης Γκινοσάτης, Αθήνα: εκδ. Futura, 2007. Print., Futura Publishing, pp.110, 2007, 978-960-6654-40-4. 〈〉. 〈hal-01222862v3〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Σημείωμα Για Το "Πρόταση Και Απόδοση" Του Pierre Klossowski . Pierre Klossowski, Protase et Apodose (followed by Gilles Deleuze's "Klossowski ou les corps-langage"), Translation in Greek-Introduction by Dimitris Ginosatis, Futura Editions, 2005., 2005, Pierre Klossowski, Πρόταση και απόδοση, Futura, 2005. 〈hal-01276069〉

Autre publication1 document

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Η Μηχανή Της [Γ]ραφής. Contemporary art exhibition catalogue (Gallery 7, Athens, Greece). 2009. 〈hal-01396399v2〉

Pré-publication, Document de travail2 documents

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. What does "media define what really is" mean? Considerations on affect in media theory & aesthetics (Part 1). 2016. 〈hal-01275649v3〉
  • Dimitris Ginosatis. Προοίμιο Στην (Ψηφιακή) Φαινομενικότητα. 2015. 〈hal-01234432v5〉

Cours1 document

  • Dimitris Ginosatis. On selves and I’s – A lecture apropos of Douglas Hofstadter’s "I am a strange loop" . Maitrise. Athens School of Fine Arts' annex in Hydra, Greece. 2015. 〈cel-01247890v5〉