On Lifelogging and the Quantified Self: A Medea Vox podcast with Jacek Smolicki

We’ve all heard about the Fitbits, GoPros, sleep apps and other digital trackers that create data points out of our everyday activities. But how did people self-archive before the digital? What does the era of digital storage do to our concepts of identity and self-representation? This Medea Vox podcast on … Continue reading

Troublesome Pictures Seminar 02 June – Video documentation

Event: Troublesome Pictures: Representing the Colonial Past Location: Gentofte Hovedbibliotek, Copenhagen Date: 02 June 2016 Paper title: How Images Speak: National Museum artefact DVI6030, and its affects “Images depicting former colonies have shaped and continue to inform interpretations of the past. Libraries, museums, archives all collect images, but also communicate them … Continue reading

On Museums and Nationalism: A Medea Vox Podcast with Peggy Levitt

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

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

Archival Re-enactments Symposium 22-23 March 2016

Archival Re-enactments Symposium 22-23 March 2016 @ Inter Arts Centre, Malmö (http://www.iac.lu.se/) This is an open invitation to attend a PERFORMANCE RESEARCH EVENT addressing archiving and memory, featuring work by Sasha Huber, Joan Laage, Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, and Lise Aagard Knudsen & Karen Eide Bøen. We will continue a dialogue initiated … Continue reading