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Archaeologies of Media and Technology Research group

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The group members take active part in international conferences as invited keynotes and organise seminars at WSA, nationally and internationally.

Examples include: the panel at Archives 2.0: Saving the Past, Anticipating the Future-conference in Bradford at the National Media Museum.

Co-curated with the NMM, the panel “Making the Invisible Visible: Activating Archives, Institutions and Platforms” includes Global Futures partners from transmediale and Tate.

The group has also collaborated and co-organized events in Istanbul at Turkey’s leading cultural and contemporary art centre Salt, including seminars and film screenings.

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Upcoming Events from AMT.

16 September 2020

A New Video Essay from AMT

Abelardo Gil-Fournier and AMT director Jussi Parikka’s new video es...

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30 July 2020

AMT on contagions and masks

AMT contributed to the recent discussions about face masks and cult...

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8 April 2020

'Post-digital Print' defined as a 'must-re...

Our Dr. Alessandro Ludovico’s 'Post-digital Print' has been selecte...

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We host events at the Winchester School of Art, including the symposiums Networked Image (June 2015) and Media Theory In-Transit (November 2015).

Group members curate exhibitions with the University of Southampton and WSA’s John Hansard Gallery, including Barthes/Burgin (2016), Steve Beard and Victoria Halford (2015) and The Small Infinite (2014 with Lanfranco Aceti).

A jointly planned and curated exhibition on remote sensing took place in San Diego, at UCSD, April 2015.

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