Constellations, Clusters, Networks
Wow, I’m terrible at updating this news page!
But for reference: Last week I presented at Constellations, Clusters, Networks, the Art History Department’s graduate conference at Concordia University. My paper was called “Cartographies of TIme” and it was about how GPS and locative media art might present a alternative view of cartography as trajectories and networks rather than space and place, referencing Doreen Massey’s critique of Michel de Certeau’s reliance on binary constructions of space and place. It was an excellent conference (Much Thanks to the organizers!) with a great keynote by McKenzie Wark.
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Performing the Accidental Archive is the fourth annual York University Theatre & Performance Studies graduate student symposium.
This event is scheduled for 17th and 18th of April 2015
This symposium is a call to explore the places, practices, objects, and events that are archival despite themselves and that point towards the unintended and incidental remains of our everyday lives and actions.
I’ll be presenting a paper on “City Transit as Archival Practice and Performance.”
That’s all for now. Over and Out!