Skip to main navigationSkip to main content
The University of Southampton
Archaeologies of Media and Technology Research group

News and events

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.

News image

News

Latest News Items

Events image

Events

Upcoming Events from AMT.

24 April 2017

The Archaeology of Fashion Film Project La...

From September 2017 Winchester School of Art (University of Southam...

Read More
10 April 2017

Ian Dawson: Gestures of Resistance

WSA's Fine Art Lecturer, Ian Dawson, will be featuring his recent w...

Read More
13 February 2017

Unfold #4 | Guest-curated by Alessandro Lu...

Unfold #4: daily_unfold(ing), an issue of the digital publishing pl...

Read More
24 January 2019

Fashion and Film: A Parallax View – sympos...

This seminar draws on expertise in film and fashions studies, cultu...

Read More
11 February 2019

Tero Karppi guest talk: #DeleteFacebook

Welcome to a guest talk by Dr Tero Karppi (University of Toronto), ...

Read More

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.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.

×