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Kathrine Elizabeth Anker
Kathrine Elizabeth Anker is a writer, a cultural theorist and an independent researcher. She holds a Master’s degree in Modern Culture and Cultural Communication from the University of Copenhagen, and is currently a Ph.D. student at the Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, UK. Her project carries the title: ‘Subject and aesthetic interface – an inquiry into transformed subjectivities’. The project connects hermeneutical approaches to Technoetic Artworks with theoretical, accounts of the human subject as viewed from a perspective of both the human and the natural sciences (biosemiotics, holistic biophysics). Kathrine places a particular emphasis on the noetic side of the human mind, and the study of consciousness with an emphasis on processes of introspection. Her work is transdisciplinary, philosophical and speculative. It integrates Philosophy of Science, Cybersemiotics and studies of Technoetic Art. Keywords:  Technoetic Arts, semiotics, consciousness, communication, evolution, subjectivity, cognition, sensation, meaning making, philosophy, transdisciplinarity

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