Student Achievements Mo-Z

Keren Moscovitch

  • Paper: "Intimacy and Ideology: A Radical Proposition" at the Resistance: Psychoanalysis and Critical Theories Conference, Villanova University, April 2018.
  • Publication: "Whose Portrait Matters? Self-Representation and the Selfie Generation," published in Portraits of Who We Are exhibition catalog, David C. Driskell Center for the Study of Visual Arts and Culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora, University of Maryland, College Park, February 2018
  • Exhibition: One More Way: REVOLT! Large-scale, immersive, site-specific, multi-channel video installation investigating the intimate poetics of communal text interpretation, commissioned by LABA House of Study at the 14th Street Y, NYC, February 2018
  • Appointed: Associate Director, Division of Continuing Education, School of Visual Arts, NYC - December 2017
  • Paper: "Radical Intimacy and the Poetics of Abjection," at the Annual Meeting of the Kristeva Circle, Pittsburg PA, October 27-28, 2017

  • Paper: "The Poetics of Intimacy: Transgressing the Limits of Sex and Language" to be delivered on a panel alongside and moderated by Chris Yates at the Psychology and the Other Conference, Cambridge MA, October 12-15, 2017

  • Paper: "Sensible/Nonsensical: The Intimate Body as Site of Deconstruction" at PACT (Pacific Association in the Continental Tradition) Conference: The Body, San Fransciso CA, September 2017

  • Exhibition: "The Space Between" at Trestle Projects in Brooklyn, NY, Fall 2017

  • Paper: "The Intimacy of Knowledge: Radical Sexuality and the Epistēmē", The 12th Annual Meeting of  The Comparative & Continental Philosophy Circle, Arizona State University, March 30-April 1, 2017    

  • Presented paper “Thee Sublime: Orgasm as Poetic Resistance in the Works of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth” in the panel chaired by Jennifer Rissler at the 2016 SECAC Conference, Roanoke, VA Oct 19-22, 2016

  • Performance: The Space Between You and Me at the Anarchist Art Fair, NYC: April 2016

  • Interviewed by Yale University Radio on The Ontology of Intimacy: March 2016
  • Curated No Toxic Factor at Central Booking Gallery, NYC: March 2016
  • Performance: Empathetic Switch at This Essentialism Which is Not One philosophy conference, New School for Social Research, NYC: March 2016
  • Interview and artist feature on Refinery 29: February 2016
  • Presented paper “The Orphic Orgasm: Communal Catharsis and the Carnivalesque” at the 2015 Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference, Cincinnati, OH, October 2015
  • Visiting artist at Yale University's MFA program, lecturing on The Ontology of Intimacy: Theoria, Praxis, Poiesis, New Haven, CT, September 2015
  • Performed in The Sphinx Returns, a performance art series curated by Whitney V. Hunter (Cohort ’13) at Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY, November 2015
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