Pithamber R. Polsani Faculty member and Dean, School of Advanced Studies and Research, Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bengaluru, India
Pithamber R. Polsani
is a faculty member and currently the Dean at the School of Advanced Studies and Research, Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Bengaluru, India. His education and work traverses diverse disciplines: philosophy, education, technology, management, literature, semiotics, media, psychoanalysis, art and Spanish language. Synthesizing insights from multiple domains, his research addresses conceptual and practical problems in the realms of the history of design ideas, vernacular design, urbanism and philosophies of urban design. Dr Polsani has led learning Academies for Royal Bank of Scotland and Nokia Siemens Networks, established a Virtual University at Satyam Computer Services and taught at the University of Arizona, Bates College & Delhi University. Some of his publications include, “Shadows Without Bodies: How was Modernism in India Art,” Indian Cultural Forum
, 2017, “From the Remnants of Reality: Art and Practice of Suresh Kumar G.” Unbound
, 2016, “The Image in a Fatal Kiss: Dalí, Lacan and the Paranoiac Representation”, “Like A Lizard That Junks its Tail in Distress: Homer Simpson is no Antigone”, The Symptom
, 2003; “Use and Abuse of Learning Objects”, Journal of Digital Information
, 2003; Bucknell Review
, 2001 “Riding the Satellite to the Millennium”, C-Theory, 1998.