This essay explores “sculptural plasticity” through neuronal matterings of the brainbody in philosophy, literature, and art. It focuses on Socrates’s cataleptic condition as evidenced in Plato’s Symposium, the plasticities at work in Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea, and morphogenetic acts of cell formation in the sculptural installation of Pierre Huyghe’s After ALife Ahead.
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- Department of Art and Communication - School Director of Graduate Education
- Centre for Cultural Ecologies in Art, Design and Architecture - Director
- School of Arts and Humanities