English audio book version of The Most Sublime Hysteric, Hegel with Lacan by Slavoj Zizek
Audio book version of Slavoj Zizek’s Can One Exit from The Capitalist Discourse Without Becoming a Saint
English audio book version of The Science of Logic by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
English audio book version of Capitalist Realism by Mark Fisher
English audio book version of The Seminars of Jacques Lacan by Reza Naderi
English audio book version of The Capitalist Discourse, Discourse of Jacques Lacan at the University of Milan. translated by Jack W. Stone.
English audio book version of Psychoanalytic Methods And Critical Cultural Studies by Atilla Hallsby
English audio book version of Psychosis and the Signifier by Gérard Pommier, translated by Richard G. Klein.
English audio book version of What is Sex by Alenka Zupancic
English audio book version of Television by Jacques Lacan, edited by Joan Copjec
Audio book in English “Useful Work versus Useless Toil” by William Morris
Book II – Seminars 1954-1955
Audio book in English.
Audio book version of Slavoj Zizek’s Less Than Nothing, Hegel and the shadow of Dialectical Materialism.
Book I – Seminars 1953-1954
Audiobook in English.
Dear artists and researchers, I made this website transdisciplinary.art and would like to invite you to add any material to this site in so far it resonates with trans-disciplinary artistic practices and research. This is at start a personal initiative …
Book V – Seminars 1957-1958
Audiobook in English.
Commons Choreographic Division of Embodied Research enables an autonomous organisation of social practices, inclusive of the coördinates of their respective structures. Within a common knowledge pool gathered in the Department of Bad Television, the practices bear affinities with Social Choreography …
The Department of Bad TV started in 2014 through a collective practice by Anna Sörenson and Stef Meul during the Milieu Workshop by Pierre Rubio at the Advanced Research and Scenography Studies in Brussels. Check out our Tumblr to access …
BIO Stef Meul (°1983, Brussels, Belgium) makes transdisciplinary artworks. By applying a particular and metaphorical language his works engender intuitive associations – these rarely being conclusive. Play and cause of desire are important: during the artistic process, personal perception is …