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Category Archives: Intermedia
A Discussion On Survival & Syncretic Biocultural Lifeways Monkey Wrench Books 110 East North Loop. Austin, TX. Sunday, October 5th 6:30-8:30 pm. 2014 Featuring readings and discussions of four just released books: Aesop’s Anthropology: A Multispecies Approach, by John Hartigan Agitating … Continue reading
The Intermedia Workshop is pleased to introduce a new affiliate visiting from Pakistan: Baroosh Ahsan. Baroosh Ahsan born in Pakistan, has done her MFA in Photography and video production from Fatima Jinnah Women University. She is currently working at Fatima … Continue reading
Artist-ethnographer Zoe Bray will demonstrate her ethnographic-painting technique over three days while she creates a portrait of Anthropologist Kathleen Stewart at the Blanton Museum of Art. The demonstration will be followed by a round-table discussion of time and duration, as … Continue reading
Ex-Situ Symposium at UT Austin. April 9, 2014, 1-5pm CLA Building 1-302e Julius Glickman Conference Center More information: www.metafactory/exsitu
The intermedia workshop presents the director’s cut of Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary film The Act of Killing. The screening of the film will take place at 5:30pm and will be followed by a discussion led by faculty and documentary filmmakers. This is … Continue reading
Monday, March 18 noon SAC 5.118 Body issues:perverse surveillance and the sexualized sovereign Randolph Lewis Associate Professor in American Studies Gazing or glancing? Photography, Surveillance, and Socialist Colonialism. Craig Campbell Assistant Professor in Anthropology
Here’s a great video by Dwayne Beaver…
Thursday, February 14, 2013 3:30 – 4:30 pm. CLA 1.106 Visual Transmissions: Ways of Knowing at Zaytuna College Zaytuna College is the first Muslim liberal arts college in the United States. Established in Berkeley, California in 2009, the College … Continue reading
Nothing like a good ol’ fashioned teach-in! In collaboration with the Whitney (art gallery) a teach-in has been organized in New York city around the topic of surveillance. In my mind some of the most interesting and exciting assemblies of … Continue reading
When: Thursday, November 10th at noon Where: Intermedia Research Studio Drop in, stop on by, and workshop with MFA student Daniel Rudin as he designs a new video/installation on November 10th at noon. This is a public workshop, everyone is welcome.