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CHAT Festival Events

On February 5, 2012 By

The Collaborations: Humanities, Arts and Technology (CHAT) Festival is taking place at Duke University from February 6 – 9. On Tuesday, I will be speaking on the Physical Computing and Interactivity panel with the s-1: Speculative Sensation Lab. On Thursday February 9th, Pinar Yoldas and I will be giving [...]

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Two Talks at transmediale

On January 29, 2012 By

I’m leaving for Berlin tomorrow for the 2012 transmediale festival, whose theme is in/compatible. I’ll be giving a talk on my Fag Face / Facial Weaponization Suite project-in-development at the resource methods panel on Tuesday, February 1, beginning at 1030am. I’ll also be giving a general artist talk on [...]

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If you happen to be in Berlin next week, come join me and many other amazing artists and scholars for the in/compatible international phd workshop and conference, organised by Digital Aesthetics Research Centre/Centre for Digital Urban Living (DARC), Aarhus University, in partnership with the transmediale festival for art and digital [...]

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On September 20th, I will chair a panel on Queer Viralities: Resistant Practices in New Media Art and Philosophy with Micha Cárdenas and Elle Mehrmand at the International Symposium on Electronic Art in Istanbul. If you’re attending ISEA or in Istanbul, please come join us!

 

Queer Viralities: Resistant Practices in New [...]

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My Fall 2011 undergraduate course, “Art, Media, and Interventions After the Internet,” begins at Duke University today. The class will focus on artistic practices in the 21st century that blur the distinctions between art and activism. Here’s a selection of what we’ll cover: The Facebook Suicide (Bomb) Manifesto, Wikileaks, Critical Art Ensemble, [...]

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If you’re in Pittsburgh, come to the opening of a group exhibition I am participating in called “Getting Closer” at the Fe Arts Gallery, curated by Lindsay Howard. The opening is Friday, January 21 from 7-9pm.

 

Getting Closer, January 21 – March 1

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