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Living Lab: Mutating Epistemes

May 22
Mon, 22 May, 2017
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM  Add to calendar


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Transformations, Terra-formations, Techno-medias

Mutating Epistemes, the second in a series of Living Labs funded by the Seedbox Collaboratory, will explore contemporary mutations in academic research and dissemination in the rapidly evolving physical and media conditions of the Anthropocene.

Hosted by University of Technology Sydney on May 22, 2017, this Living Lab will offer short presentations on emerging practices in research/communication, enabling us to think critically about open forms of publishing in a post-humanities world. Topics will include scale, value, atmosphere, and networks. Our goal is to develop the conceptual and technical pathway for publishing a series of experiments in Anthropocene Studies with Open Humanities Press.

Participants: Ben Abraham, Su Ballard, Lone Bertelsen, Chris Caines, Prue Gibson, Jennifer Mae Hamilton, Lissa Holloway-Attaway, Sigi Jöttkandt, Joshua Lobb, Duncan Loxton, James Meese, Stephen Muecke, Andrew Murphie, Astrida Neimanis, David Ottina, Thom van Dooren, Tessa Zettel.