This 2020 video artwork, Algorithmic Gesturing, troubles the idea of singular connections between memory and archives as well as the ethics of changing data formats.
Post by Annette Markham, 10 November 2020: This year illuminates many things about the power of microscopic actions and decisions on the ground among everyday people to make impact on issues and systems that are massive, overpowering, or seemingly unchangeable. Among...
Articles that study lived experience of COVID-19 through the lens of digital ethnography and autoethnography
In these video clips, Anne Harris and Annette Markham think aloud about the process, next steps, and ‘where we’re at’ in the Massive_Microscopic_Sensemaking project.
The immediate and overwhelming level of interest is a powerful indicator of how much people really want to connect with others to try and make sense of this strange time of global trauma. The process we put in place is experimental and collaborative:
Call for Expressions of Interest As the world grapples with the fallout from the pandemic of 2020, people everywhere struggle to deal with everyday challenges. [there are struggles but also the renewal of old hobbies, finding...
Upcoming PhD symposium features anthropologist and STS scholar Nick Seaver, talking about Critical Algorithm Studies. Register now for this May 27, 2019 symposium!
BioBruno MoreschiBruno Moreschi is a researcher and artist with projects related to the deconstruction of complex systems, among them the visual arts, especially their physical and virtual spaces of legitimation. He has a PhD in Visual Arts at Unicamp (State...
What’s the value of transgressiveness? The Skagen Institute annual conference offers opportunities you never thought you needed. Jannek Sommer offers a small riff in this post.