Radek Przedpełski

Radek Przedpełski graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a PhD in Digital Art and Humanities, researching the problem of ahuman metamorphoses in Eastern European neo-avant-garde geo-media of the 1970s seen via Deleuze/Guattari as well as the seventeenth-century Turkic-influenced Polish “Oriental Baroque” and Bronze Age artists of the Great Steppe. Radek is also a co-translator into English of a book of Polish-Tatar rubaiyat. Radek holds a MA in English Philology from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and a MA in Digital Media from Dublin Institute of Technology. Together with Steve Wilmer he organised at TCD an international conference on Deleuze and art (2016) and a symposium on Deleuzian aesthetics and multiplicity (2018). He is also a member of the scientific committee for the upcoming conference on Art in the Anthropocene at TCD. He is the editor, together with Steve Wilmer, of an edited volume on Deleuze, Guattari and the Art of Multiplicity forthcoming from Edinburgh University Press. He teaches visual culture, art philosophy, digital media and cultural studies at TCD and National University of Ireland in Maynooth. Radek worked as a researcher for the Slavs and Tatars art collective, collaborating on their Naughty Nasals project. He is also a sound artist and freelance photographer.

about 4 months ago

Interests

geo-media, media archaeology, contemporary art, steppe art, Tatar art, Eurasian and Eastern European Art, art philosophy, Deleuze/Guattari/Simondon