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Centre for Postcolonial Studies presents Drone Visions: Mapping, Art, Ethics
A public seminar on drones, non-human vision and the mediation of landscape with:
Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox, BA, MPhil, Visual Artist
Dr Claire Reddleman, author of Cartographic Abstraction in Contemporary Art: seeing with maps (2017)
Dr Elke Schwarz, University of Leicester, author of Death Machines: the ethics of violent technologies (2018)
This public seminar brings three leading practitioner/academics into conversation around the particular non-human, celestial modes of vision and mapping enacted by drones. Commencing with artist Brimblecombe-Fox showcasing her Dronescape paintings, Reddleman and Schwarz will ask questions of the ethics and performativity of drone vision in an age of increasing militarisation of everyday scopic regimes.
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Image Credit: Brimblecombe-Fox, Sky-Drone-Net, gouache on paper (2016)
Dates & times
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|23 Apr 2018||6:00pm - 8:00pm|
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