Feb. 22 – 25, 2012
COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
Co-chair with Mimi Sheller, Director of the Mobilities Research and Policy Center (mCenter) at Drexel University.
Mobile Art: The Aesthetics of Mobile Network Culture in Place Making, Part I
Wednesday, February 22, 2:30 PM–5:00 PM
In a Network of Lines that Intersect: Placing Mobile Interaction: Teri Rueb, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Sounding Cartographies and Navigation Art: In Search of the Sublime: Ksenia Fedorova, University of California, Davis
Indeterminate Hikes: Leila Nadir, Wellesley College
"En Route" and "Past City Future": Making Places, Here and There, Now and When: Ian Woodcock, University of Melbourne
Mobile Art: The Aesthetics of Mobile Network Culture in Place Making, Part II
Saturday, February 25, 9:30 AM–12:00 PM
I-5_Passing/52 Food Marts Project: Christiane Robbins, Jetztzeit
Narration in Hybrid Mobile Environments: Martha Ladly, Ontario College of Art and Design
Silver (Gateways): Being Here and Everywhere Now: Jenny Marketou, independent artist
Mechanics of Place: Textures of Tophane: Sarah Drury, Temple University
ManifestAR: An Augmented Reality Manifesto: John Craig Freeman, Emerson College
Sept. 10 - 21
Mechanics of Place
Collaboration with Sarah Drury
Sept. 16 : Roundtable Moderator: Mechanics of Place: Uncovering Textures of Place
April 8, 9
The Art of Public Memory conference, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Locating Memory in Space and Place
Presenter: "Recollection and Restoration: View from the Balcony"
Commentary: “Historical Boundaries: Navigating the Scar”
A film about the Berlin wall by Burkhard von Harder
Panelist: Dialogues in the Visual Arts
"From the (Trans)Gendered Body to the Cyborg: Feminism, Art and Technology"
Tribecca Performing Arts Center,
199 Chambers Street, New York City, 7 pm
Co-Sponsors: A.I.R.Gallery, Institute for Women and Art and The Feminist Art Project
Innovations in Interactivity: Where Technology and Placemaking Intersect
7Story Enlightened Spaces
The McLoughlin Gallery, San Francisco, California
Hana Iverson, Neighborhood Narratives
Blaine Merker, Rebar
Scott Snibbe, Snibbe Interactive/Media Artist
Zak Zide, designer of branded environments and experiences
Lisa Zimmerman, 7Story (moderator)
Ventana 244 Gallery
Guest Speaker: Drexel University’s Mobilities Research and Policy Center
April 26, 27
Museums, Mobile Devices and Social Media
New Brunswick, NJ
Panelist: The Future of the Audience
Panelist, Cultural Heritage Project, New Haven, Conn.
“Artists Reflect on Cultural Heritage Project as Process”
Presenter, College Art Association Conference, Chicago, Ill.
Site Variations: The Shifiting Ground of Public Art:
“The Neighborhood Narratives Project: Investigating Public Sites for New Encounters”
The Feminist Art Project, College Art Association Conference, Chicago, Ill.
“Distributing Ourselves: New Media Art, Curating, Networks, and Collaborations”
Facilitated by Hana Iverson and led by Beryl Graham of CRUMB with curatorial responses and discussion from School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Jon Cates, Bruce Jenkins, Abina Manning, and Adelheid Mers.
Presenter, Claiming Creativity, Columbia College, Chicago Illinois
Creativity and Research: “Embodied Praxis and Mobile 2.0: Artists, Research and Neighborhood Narratives” with Dana Whitco, Project Director, Center for Creative Research
Panel Moderator, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Belfast, Ireland
“Restating Place: Four Perspectives on the Socio-Spatial Dialectic”
Presenter, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Singapore
Technologies of Place: “Neighborhood Narratives: New Dialogues with/in the Mediated City,”
Keynote Speaker, Practices: “Public Sites for New Encounters”. MediaCity Conference, Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany
Presenter, Public Programs: “Neighborhood Narratives”. International Center of Photography
“Neighborhood Narratives”, Global Temple Conference, Temple University
Presenter: “Neighborhood Narratives”. Center for Creative Research Summer Summit, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
Artist talk collaboration with Eiko Otake. Hiroshima Peace Conference, Penn State University.
Panelist: “Violence/Action/Memory”. Identification/Culture/Belief Forum, Temple University.
Presenter, Situated Storytelling: “Neighborhood Narratives”. Digital Storytelling Conference, San Francisco,
Presenter, Augmented Body: “Used Clothing” a concept for furnishing clothes with additional information, created by Martin Mairinger (Austria); Moderator: “Narrative Mapping and Networked Storytelling”. “Taking Liberties: Freedom, Creativity and Risk in the Media Arts” sponsored by the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC)
Presenter: New Media Interdisciplinary Concentration. “Share, Share Widely” New Media Education Conference organized by the Institute for Distributed Creativity (iDC) in collaboration with the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Artist talk, Video and New Media Speaker Series: “Narrative Interfaces”, Temple University.
Artist talk, Undergrad Design, Parsons School of Art, NewYork City.
Artist talk, Jersey City Arts Council, Jersey City, NJ
Artist talk, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City
Project presentation, Special Exhibitions Committee, The Jewish Museum, New York City
Artist talk, Peekskill Artist Collective, Peekskill, NY
Artist talk, Graduate Art Seminar, Graduate Department of Fine Arts, University of Colorado, Boulder
Artist talk, Downtown Community Television