The Virtual Reality Hype. Medea Vox with Susan Kozel, Maria Engberg and Jay David Bolter

Virtual reality is celebrated as the ultimate medium for storytelling. Some even say that virtual reality can make you feel empathy in ways that no other media could. Should we believe the hype? This is Medea Vox podcast featuring researchers from Living Archives project, Susan Kozel (professor of new media) … 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

Affect, ambiguity and encryption – Seminar by Susan Kozel at Stockholm UniArts, April 20

In this talk, Susan Kozel will trace an artistic research path through a large interdisciplinary research project called Living Archives with particular emphasis on the performance of affect using mobile technologies in conjunction with movement improvisation This seminar is part of a series aimed for the research community at Stockholm … Continue reading

Re-enactments: Archival traces from the 24-hour performance at the AHA festival

On November 3, members of the Living Archives research project took part in the art and science festival AHA in Göteborg. The goal of this annual initiative is to investigate the borders between art and science through workshops, panel discussions, presentations and experiments. The poetics of numbers was this year’s … Continue reading