David Zerbib is a philosopher and art critic. He is a lecturer in Philosophy of Art at the HEAD and also teaches in other academic contexts. A member of the Centre d'histoire des philosophies modernes at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, his research focuses on contemporary aesthetics, and in particular on questions of performance and performativity, as well as on the question of formats. He has notably published, with A. Citron and S. Aronson-Lehavi Performance Studies in Motion. International perspectives and practices in the twenty first century (Bloomsbury, London, 2014), edited In octavo. Des formats de l'art, (Presses du réel - ESAAA, 2015). As part of a research project conducted at HEAD, he recently published, with artists Sylvie Boisseau and Frank Westermeyer, Jouer à être humain. Entre IA, vie animale et végétale: une expérimentation artistique et philosophique (e-book, Naima éditions / HEAD, 2021).