Ovidiu Ţichindeleanu, born in 1976, is a Romanian philosopher, translator and culture theorist living in Chişinău, Moldova, writing on critical social theory, intercultural philosophy, and the cultural history of post communism. He Studied philosophy in Cluj-Napoca, Strasbourg and Binghamton and gained PhD in Philosophy, Binghamton University (2009). Ţichindeleanu is the editor of the biannual of critical theory and contemporary arts “IDEA arts + society” and collections coordinator at IDEA publishing house, Cluj, Romania. Author of: “Counterculture. Rudiments of Critical Philosophy” (IDEA, 2016); “Romanian Revolution Televised” (with K. Petrovszky, IDEA, 2009); “The Graphic Sound. An Archeology of Sound, Technology and Knowledge at 1900” (Binghamton University, State University of New York, 2008).
As of March 2017