Vangel Nonevski, PhD
Vangel Nonevski was born 1977 in Belgrade. He graduated, earned his master’s degree and his PhD degree (“The Philosophical Foundations of Digital Aesthetics” in 2012) on the Institute of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje. His first theoretical book, Musical Bricolage: On the Elements of Direct Recycling in Contemporary Music, was published in 2003 by Magor. For almost three years (2008-2011) he wrote columns for several Macedonian media. He has translated six books from English and one book from Croatian language. His second theoretical book/reader, The Turntable as a Metainstrument: From Mechanical Reproduction to Remix Culture, was published in 2014. He worked as an editor/translator on the web portal Okno (July – September 2012). He regularly writes and publishes articles, essays, reviews, researches and columns in the fields of contemporary aesthetics, cultural studies, philosophy of politics, new media studies etc., and attends regional and international conferences. He worked as an assistant on the Faculty for Philosophy in Skopje (2003-2011). From October 2012, he is working as an assistant professor at the University “Euro-Balkan” in Skopje, and from 2015 as a visiting professor at the University “American College”.