WEBINAR: Infowhelm. Reading Group

How does information - data - feature in art and media on climate change? We are reading Heather Houser's Infowhelm to find out. 

book cover for Heather Houser's Infowhelm

Book cover for Heather Houser's Infowhelm

Under three different thematic headings: data processing, natural history, and the aerial perspective, Heather Houser explores contemporary art’s role in experimenting with the different affects and aesthetics of climate change epistemologies. 

We are reading the introduction to the text + one chapter of our choice. The book is available online in the UiO library. If you do not have access to the text, email lauraodbeke@gmail.com. 

The zoom link will be disseminated via email, and in due time it will also be posted here. 

Join us on zoom here: https://uio.zoom.us/j/65310785548?pwd=WjVsTlM5dVZKWngrdnVDT0d0MzlhQT09

The password is the book's author's last name.

Published Sep. 7, 2020 9:22 AM - Last modified Sep. 28, 2020 10:54 AM