Jondi Keane

Lanier Speakers Series Presents Jondi Keane

“From Text to Context through the Organism-Person Surround: Edgar Allan Poe, Arakawa,
Madeline Gins, and Helen Keller”
Tuesday, April 10 at 4 p.m. in Room 265 Park Hall.

“The First-Person Science of Practice as Research”
Wednesday, April 11 at 3 p.m. at ICE, Tanner Building room 101

Jondi Keane, PhD, is an arts practitioner, critical thinker and Senior Lecturer at Griffith University in Australia. For over 25 he has presented work in the USA, UK, Europe and Australia. In 1992, he was a founding member of the interdisciplinary collaborative performance group Co M-S-K. His doctoral thesis, “Arakawa and Gins: The Practice of Embodied Cognition” has led to other writings on embodiment, practice-led research and the contribution of the arts to the study of perception and action.