Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow for Global Perspectives on Society (GPS)
Lukáš Likavčan is a philosopher. His research focuses on philosophy of science and technology and environmental philosophy. Likavčan is currently a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow for Global Perspectives on Society (GPS) at NYU Shanghai. He is an author of Introduction to Comparative Planetology (2019) and a member of the More-than-Planet Working Group at Waag Futurelab. Previously, Likavčan held visiting research positions at Leiden University, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Vienna University of Business and Economics; faculty positions at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design and Center for Audiovisual Studies FAMU in Prague; curatorial positions at Display – Association for Research and Collective Practice and Fotograf Festival in Prague; and fellowships at Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava and BAK, basis voor actuele kunst in Utrecht. For more information, visit https://likavcan.com.
Light, metabolisms, elemental media: Theorizing human mediality in the Anthropocene. Visual Resources, special issue: Emotions of Late Anthropocene in Visual Arts, https://doi.org/10.1080/01973762.2023.2253099 (forthcoming)(2023)
Can Artificial Neural Networks Be Normative Models of Reason? Limits and Promises of Topological accounts of Orientation in Thinking (first author, second author: C. C. Olsson). Groß, R. – Jordan, R. (eds). KI-Realitäten. Transcript Verlag, 333-349. (2023)
Planetary diagrams. Towards an autographic theory of climate emergency (first author, second author: P. Heinicker). Dvořák, T. Parikka, J. (eds). Photography Off the Scale. Edinburgh University Press, 211-230. (2021)
Introduction to Comparative Planetology. Strelka Press. Translations to Spanish (2022), Czech (2023) & Italian (in progress). (2019)