World Literature and Dissent
School of English Research Colloquium, 17–18 June 2016
Drawing from A Thousand Plateaus,
Introduction: Paragraph 19, courtesy Marc Ngui
The School of English Research Colloquium was inaugurated in 2013, with the aim of bringing together distinguished scholars in arts, culture, and literature to the University of St Andrews for a series of public lectures and debates. The School continues to carry forward the mission of the Research Colloquia, and we are grateful for the School’s generous support as well as for the support of Theoria: St Andrews Critical Theory Group.
Marc Ngui is a Canadian fine artist and professional illustrator. Marc’s Drawings from A Thousand Plateaus have been exhibited in art galleries across Canada. Let’s Glow and Braveland are two recent exhibitions of art made with Magda Wojtyra, his partner and collaborator in Happy Sleepy. He has received several award nominations for Watch This Space, a book about public space for young adults. Other recent projects include illustrations for Boone Lab, a biochemistry research lab at the University of Toronto, and Olden County, a 400 page graphic novel currently in its first draft. To see more of Marc’s work, visit Bumblenut Pictures, or check out his Patreon page for the Thousand Plateaus project.
Dr Lorna Burns, University of St Andrews
Dr Katie Muth, University of St Andrews
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