The schedule for the Post/Colonial Ports conference, to be held at Concordia University, Montreal on October 24-26, 2019, is now posted. Check out the schedule of events here.
The schedule for the Cities as Playground workshop, to be held at RMIT University as a part of the Barcelona Design Week, is now posted. Check out the schedule of events below:
Join us this Friday, January 25 to kick off the first meeting of the Thinking the Anthropocene reading series this Friday, January 25, 10:00-12:00. We will begin the series with a discussion of two essays: Margret Grebowicz’s “Glacial Time and Lonely Crowds: The Social Effects of Climate Change as Internet Spectacle” and Nicholas de Pencier … Continue reading ‘Thinking the Anthropocene’ Reader Series Begins Friday, January 25
From Media Theory's special issue, "Geospatial Memory" (Media Theory 2/1), Jill Didur and Lai-Tze Fan explore the entanglement of locative media, settler culture, and embodied learning in neighbourhood-enhancing “urban wilds”. Figure 3: Map interface, Champ de Possibles. Artist, Beverly Didur, designer, Emma Saboureau. Abstract: In what ways can the everyday citizen encourage sustainability and promote … Continue reading Jill Didur & Lai-Tze Fan: Between Landscape and the Screen
Dr. Natalie Loveless will be wrapping up her lecture series “Sensing the Anthropocene” at Concordia University's Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture (CISSC) this Thursday, January 17, 2019. Yollocalli Arts Reach/Amanda Gutierrez/2017 Dr. Loveless, associate professor at the University of Alberta and visiting scholar to Concordia, will focus on artistic practices in the … Continue reading Listening as Ethic; Walking as Method: Daily Practice and Art/Life Intervention
Concordia University's Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture (CISSC) are hosting a series of presentations titled "Sensing the Anthropocene" on November 27 and 28, 2019, featuring Dr. Natalie S. Lovelness, associate professor at the University of Alberta and visiting scholar at the CISSC, and Stephanie Loveless, a sound and media artist whose work … Continue reading Sensing the Anthropocene, featuring Dr. Natalie Loveless and Stephanie Loveless