Recoding feminisms across digital art practice
STRIKING THE DIS_CORD
Presented by Goldsmith Computer Arts and Lumen Art Projects
This panel discussion disrupts and reimagines the agency of feminist and female identified perspectives within the context of an expanded approach to networked and digital art practices. How do contemporary feminist digital art practitioners interface with dominant skewed histories of cyberfeminism, and what are the new spaces emerging for the encoding of new creative languages of feminisms that engage with the complexities and discords across computational and networked feminist positions?
Featuring work by Clareese Hill ( Goldsmiths PhD researcher )
Dates & times
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|5 May 2021||6:00pm - 7:30pm|
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