Stephen Loo

Dr Stephen Loo is Professor of Architecture in the School of Architecture & Design, University of Tasmania, Australia. He has published widely on language, affect and the biophilosophy of the contemporary subject, which includes ethico-aesthetic models for human action, posthumanist ethics and experimental digital thinking. His current research project concerns the connections between ethics, psychoanalysis and the space of the entomological imagination. He has a PhD from the University of Sydney on the ontology of architectural theory through the relations between Heideggerian and Deleuzian thought.