Dalila Honorato

Field: Aesthetics with emphasis on Image Semiology
Rank: Associate Professor
Government Gazette: 167/29-01-2021, τ. Γ΄
Telephone:+30 2661087724
Fax: 2661087866
Email: honorato@ionio.gr
WWW: http://ionio.academia.edu/DalilaHonorato
Office hours: Thursday 17-19:00

Honorato Dalila

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Studies/Education:

* BA in Communication Studies and Specialization in Journalism, High Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal (1996)

* MA in Communication, Department of Communication and Mass Media, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (1999)

* PhD, Department of Communication and Mass Media, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (2004)

 

Research Interests:

* Philosophy of Communication

* Aesthetics of Hybrid Media

* Theories of Consciousness

* Interactive Media Semiotics

* Thematics in Art & Science

 

Academical Positions:

* 2021-present: Associate Professor, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2019-2021: Assistant Professor (tenured), Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2019: Guest Lecturer, Faculdad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (Postgraduate Program).  

* 2015-2018: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2016-2017: Guest Lecturer, Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Alma Mater Europaea (PhD program).

* 2009-2015: Lecturer, Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2005-2009: Teaching Staff (P.D. 407/80), Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2006-2008: Teaching Staff (P.D. 407/80), Department of Plastic Arts and Art Sciences, University of Ioannina.

 

Collaborations:

* Center for Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon http://cfcul.fc.ul.pt/equipa/

* Art & Science Research Group at the Interactive Arts Lab (InArts Lab) - Ionian University https://inarts.eu/en/lab/staff/honorato/
* 2013-2017: Research program by COST Appearance matters: Tackling the Physical & Psychological Consequences of Dissatisfaction with Appearance (Action IS1210), co-coordinator of Task Group "Media and Image Perception", together with Dr. Brenda Murphy (University of Malta), https://cost.inarts.eu/

 

Research Supervisor:

* 2020-present: "Enacting multi-sensory embodiment: exploring the deepening of subjective time embodiment in mixed media performative art praxis via the lens of Butoh notation", Eleni Kolliopoulou, PostDoc researcher, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University (Greece).

* 2019-present: "Transmedia Laboratories of Storytelling: Performing Knowledge and Fantasy in between Screens and Stages" by Alexandros Papadopoulos, PostDoc researcher, InArts Lab, Ionian University.
* 2017-2019: "The interdisciplinary and intermedia impact of site-specific walking performance in the field of GeoHumanities" by Bill Psarras, PostDoc researcher, InArts Lab, Ionian University.

* 2016-present: "Aspects of the Monstrous in 21st Century Audiovisual Fiction" by Yorgos Drosos, PhD candidate, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2018-present: "Identity and Body in Internet Art: Bridging 'Logo/Keimeno' with 'Eikona/Soma'" by Marily Argyrokastriti, PhD candidate, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University.

 

Recent publications:

* Mackenzie, Louise; Šebjanič, Robertina; Żyniewicz, Karolina; Burr Raty, Isabel; Honorato, Dalila. “Staying in Touch: case study of artistic research during the COVID-19 lock-down”. Artnodes, [online], 2021, Num. 27, https://doi.org/10.7238/a.v0i27.375059 [View: 4-02-2021].

* Dalila Honorato, Maria Antonia Gonzalez Valerio, Marta de Menezes and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (eds) (2019), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2018, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-65-9.

* Dalila Honorato, guest editor (2018), Technoetic Arts Journal, 16:3 (special issue peer-reviewed), editor-in-chief Roy Ascott, Intellect.

* Dalila Honorato and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (ed) (2018), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2017, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-60-4.

* Dalila Honorato, guest editor (2017), Technoetic Arts Journal,15:2 (special issue peer-reviewed), editor-in-chief Roy Ascott, Intellect.

* Dalila Honorato and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (ed) (2017), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2016, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-59-8.

* Dalila Honorato (2016), "'I like the way it hurts': Impressions on The Duke of Burgundy" published in the Greek journal for film and literature To Anthropino vol. 1:82-91, February 2016.

* Dalila Honorato (ed) (2015), Metamorphoses of corporeality: Art-Body-Technology, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-54-3.


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