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Archaeologies of Media and Technology Research group

Partnering with the Residual Media Depot

Published: 16 May 2017
Residual Media Depot website

AMT is partnering with the Residual Media Depot at Concordia University, Montreal. Together with Darren Wershler (Concordia) and Lori Emerson (Boulder, Colorado) AMT Co-Director Jussi Parikka is leading a workshop and seminar on media archaeology in May 2017.

The workshop is for an international selection of students, and AMT is also represented by Postgraduate researcher-artist Abelardo Gil-Fournier. The seminar on “media archaeology” discusses material practices of labs and depots of media history, infrastructure as well as contemporary media theory, such as the cultural techniques-approach.

The workshop is part of a longer partnering between AMT and the Residual Media Depot as well as the book project What is a Media Lab? jointly authored by Parikka, Emerson and Wershler.

You can find more information about the Depot online: 

What is a Media Lab?-project: 

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