On Museums and Nationalism: A Medea Vox Podcast

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Modern migration and globalization issues are forcing museums around the world to think about their role in society. For example, how open are museums really? Can they balance the pressures of nationalism and multiculturalism? What kinds of citizens are they trying to create? This Medea Vox podcast on Museums and … Continue reading

Living Archives @ Curatorial Challenges Conference, 26-27 May 2016

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Event: Curatorial Challenges International Conference Location: University of Copenhagen Date: 26-27 May 2016 Paper title: Living Archives: Artistic research approaches to mixed-reality curating Temi Odumosu, Maria Engberg and Susan Kozel will be presenting some of Living Archives approaches to mixed reality curating, at the Curatorial Challenges conference, organised by the … Continue reading

Newcomer archives – Prototyping urban co-archiving practices for capturing and sharing Malmö

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In collaboration with The Malmö City Archives, Living Archives have initiated a project aiming at exploring and prototyping collaborative(co)-archiving practices inviting young newcomers to generate archive material to the official city archives.  The basic idea is to prototype alternative archiving practices for involving more people in documenting the here-and-now of … Continue reading

‘Performing Encryption and Affect in the context of archiving and surveillance’ at Open! Amsterdam, April 22

Susan Kozel will give a talk entitled ‘Performing Encryption and Affect in the context of archiving and surveillance’ at the event called Open! (in Amsterdam) on 22 April. Open! is a public discussion and research meeting about mapping technologies and embodiment in the emergent techno-sensuous spatial order of Affect Space. … Continue reading

RADiCAL.PiRATiCAL: (a really) Open Call for Workshops

RADiCAL.PiRATiCAL: (a really) Open Call for Workshops What is This? Focusing on an exploration of various modes of non-legalist archival practices–non-legalist archives being those archives which are created without corporate or state interference, but are horizontally-curated, communal collections–RADiCAL.PiRATiCAL will aim to explore questions along the lines of how are independent archives … Continue reading