Category: posthumanist performativity

  • The More-Than-Human Humanities focus series

    The More-Than-Human Humanities focus series aims to attend to human differences entangled with environmental justice, information technologies, AI, synthetic biology, surveillance systems, species extinction, and drastic ecological change. It draws attention not only to the creativity and potentiality of this reinvention of arts and humanities, but also to that which limits or wounds conditions of life on earth. It addresses the question…

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  • HAUNTED WATERS

    Call for particapation Our friends in the Design + Posthumanism Network has asked us to share this, so of course we do. Haunted Waters: We are collecting stories, histories and material evidence from all over the world about bodies of water that are “haunted” by chemical contamination. We are now in search of people who…

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  • The Ai Music Generation Challenge 2023: “Artificial Music Traditions”

    The Ai Music Generation Challenge 2023: “Artificial Music Traditions”

    Associate Professor, Bob Sturm from KTH is putting on The Ai Music Generation Challenge 2023, which focuses on “Artificial Music Traditions”: https://github.com/boblsturm/aimusicgenerationchallenge2023 Unlike the previous three editions (2020, 2021, 2022), the 2023 challenge is focused on generating an artificial music tradition rather than generating a particular form of existing traditional music. What is the challenge? Use any kind of artificial…

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  • Announcement for Karen Barad upcoming virtual talk (28 Sep) On Touching the Stranger Within

    Professor Karen Barad gives a virtual talk and presention Wednesday, September 28, 2022, titled On Touching the Stranger Within—Material Wonderings/Wanderings. The talk is free to attend, and it is part of a touring art exhibition called DRIFT: art and dark matter, which is currently showing at the Justina M. Barnicke gallery at the University of Toronto. Part of what makes this event so exciting is its cross-disciplinary nature, combining work in…

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