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#AcWriMo Day 9 & 10 Report

Over the weekend I got some work done on my book proposal and editing of one of the chapters of my book. The chapter I am is an reworked and expanded version of my article published in Inflexions, “Tentatively Constructing … Continue reading

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Timeforms and #Research-Creation

Back in September I participated in the research-creation workshop called Time Forms: Temporalities of Aesthetic Experience at McGill University in Montréal. I only had time to take in one of the activities, “The Acceleration Tour,” which I will write about … Continue reading

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Technicities book series by EUP

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Jussi Parikka’s Geologically Tuned Media Ecology

Originally posted on ANTHEM:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpluYI86SkM An alternative playback version including viewer of the speaker can be found online here: http://lecturecast.ucl.ac.uk:8080/ess/portal/section/a1a7e564-02c1-4621-a95d-74471c3b0e5a

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A Conversation Between Robert Irwin and Lawrence Weschler

The Getty Museum earlier this year posted the video of a public conversation Robert Irwin and Lawrence Weschler had in 2008 that coincided with the launch of the then newly expanded version of Wechler’s book on Irwin called Seeing Is Forgetting … Continue reading

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Objecthood Podcast – Parisi and Harman

There is an interesting podcast that is being curated Roc Jiménez de Cisneros about objects. Philosophers Luciana Parisi and Graham Harman discuss their approaches to objects in this first episode. Below is a summary of the episode. This podcast is about … Continue reading

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Fibreculture, the Book Series

Yesterday the Open Humanities Press announced the creation of a new book series, called Fibreculture. The series will be edited by Andrew Murphie, founder of both the Fibreculture community and the Fibreculture Journal. If the quality of journal is any indication, … Continue reading

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Channel Surf – A Call for Participation

The Department of Biological Flow has put out a call for participation for their research-creation event called Channel Surf, which will be taking place on the Rideau Canal in Ontario, Canada some time in the early summer of 2015. This … Continue reading

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Experience Sunset: James Turrell’s Skyspace at the Ringling Museum of Art

Originally posted on GLIMPSE journal blog:
Imagine staring into a deep dark blue pool of calm water and getting lost in its depth. Now imagine lying on your back on a floor of a museum and the ‘pool’ is the…

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10 Rules For Students and Teachers

A new school year has or is about to begin (depending on where you live). Here are some simple rules for students and teachers to follow written by John Cage. I particularly like rule 7. H/T to Randall Anderson.

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