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Entangled Media Archeaologies TFMS online panel | Mar 24,4-5:30 pm EST


This upcoming free online panel from the Toronto Film and Media Seminar may be of interest to some members. 

The panel is titled "Entangled Media Archeaologies" and will be taking place on Zoom on Friday, March 24th, between 4-5:30 pm EST. The panel is being convened by A/CA members Cléo Sallis-Parchet and Em Barton and will be featuring A/CA member Aaron Tucker alongside the two other speakers, libi rose striegl and Kite aka Suzanne Kite.

Visit the following link to register for the panel: https://t.co/IsfHPQYLrJ

Speaker Information

HEL EHANKU KIN FIPAYE (THERE LIES THE ROAD) — Suzanne Kite, Concordia University
Kite aka Suzanne Kite is an award winning Oglala Lakhéta performance artist, visual artist, composer and academic, known for her sound and video performance with her machine learning hair-braid interface. Kite's practice explores contemporary Lakota ontology through research-creation, computational media, and performance. Kite often works in collaboration with family and community members.

Practicalities of Media Archaeology, a Maintenance Perspective — libi rose striegl, University of Colorado Boulder
libi rose striegl holds a PhD in Intermedia Arts, Writing and Performance from CU Boulder, an MFA in Experimental Documentary Arts from Duke University, and her cat's hand as often as possible. Theirs is a polydiscplinary art and research practice variously interested in collaborative engagement, performative chaos, archival impermanence and DIY defamiliarization. Pro- complication, imperfection and visibility; gleefully dismantling the black box. Currently Managing Director of the Media Archaeology Lab at CU Boulder.

Undertaking Media Archaeologies in the Archives of the “Father” of Facial Recognition Technologies — Aaron Tucker, York University
Aaron Tucker is a PhD candidate in the Cinema and Media Studies Department at York University where he is an Elia Scholar, a VISTA Doctoral Scholar and a 2020 Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Fellow. His graduate writing has won the Film and Media Studies Association of Canada Graduate Student Essay Prize as well as the lan
Lancashire Promise Award from the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities. In addition, he the author of three collections of poetry and two novels, the second of which, Soldiers, Hunters, Not Cowboys, will be published by Coach House Books in June 2023.