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Centre for Postdigital Cultures 2nd Annual Conference 19 & 20 June 2019 Square One, Coventry University This event is free and open to all, but places are limited. Please register … Continue reading

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Seminar Series: Work, Property, Metrics Venue: Coventry University, Lanchester Library, Teaching Room, 3rd floor Time: June 3rd, 2019, 11:00-17:00 Guest Speakers: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Jamie Woodcock CPC researchers: Janneke Adema, Peter Conlin, Valeria Graziano, … Continue reading

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Experimental Publishing II – Critique, Intervention, And Speculation

A half-day symposium with talks by Mark Amerika (UC Boulder) and Nick Thurston (University of Leeds) 2:15-5:30pm May 28 Centre for Postdigital Cultures Teaching Room 3rd Floor Lanchester Library Coventry … Continue reading

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unruly gestures

I am happy to announce the publication of a new article, a video-essay, which I co-authored with the filmmaker and theorist Kamila Kuc. Published in the open access journal Culture … Continue reading

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Emergent Creativity

I have a new chapter out on ‘The Ethics of Emergent Creativity: Can We Move Beyond Writing as Human Enterprise, Commodity and Innovation?’ in the collection Whose Book is it … Continue reading

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Experimental Publishing I – Critique, Intervention, And Speculation

A half-day symposium with talks by Rebekka Kiesewetter and Eva Weinmayr (AND Publishing/Valand Academy) 1-5pm April 11 Centre for Postdigital Cultures Teaching Room 3rd Floor Lanchester Library Coventry University Registration … Continue reading

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Experimental Publishing Symposia

Experimental Publishing – Critique, Intervention, And Speculation In 2019 and 2020, the Centre for Postdigital Cultures (CPC) will be hosting a series of symposia exploring contemporary approaches to experimental publishing. Over the course … Continue reading

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