Monomania: An Aesthetic Response To Information Overload

Featured presenter at York University’s 17th Annual Art History and Visual Culture Symposium. Presenting a paper titled, “Monomania: An Aesthetic Response To Information Overload” that uses the 19th-century “pathology” and later, literary device of monomania as a point of departure, proposing monomania as a contemporary aesthetic coping mechanism used by artists in response to infoxication (information overload).