Student Achievements Mo-Z

Keren Moscovitch

  • Will present "Radical Intimacy and the Poetics of Abjection," at the Annual Meeting of the Kristeva Circle, Pittsburg PA, October 27-28, 2017

  • Will present "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

  • Will present "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

  • Currently exhibiting her interactive installation "The Space Between" at Trestle Projects in Brooklyn, NY, Fall 2017

  • Presented 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