Enstranged Spaces

Enstranged Spaces
Close: Works by Nicole Akstein and Meredith Kooi
Curated by Chanel Kim
Kibbee Gallery
Atlanta, GA
March 7, 2015 – March 28, 2015

Enstranged Spaces

Enstranged Spaces
Close: Works by Nicole Akstein and Meredith Kooi
Curated by Chanel Kim
Kibbee Gallery
Atlanta, GA
March 7, 2015 – March 28, 2015

Get ’em while they’re HOT! Range: Local, Distant, Fringe

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I have copies of Radius’ new zine, Range: Local, Distant, Fringe for sale (5 bucks) here in Atlanta! Included: Radius stickers!

Range is 24-page booklet in a series of 220, each with hand silkscreened paper covers. The booklet features a three-part episode series and accompanying artist statements for each episode, images, and an extended interview with each artist/group of artists. 

The episode artists are Local: Emilie Mouchous & Andrea-Jane Cornell; Distant: Damon Loren Baker; and Fringe: Rob Ray. 

To listen to episodes featured in Range and for more information on the zine and Radius, click here

Range can also be purchased online through Half Letter Press and Sound and Language. If you’re in Chicago, stop in at Quimby’s for your copy!

new performance piece!

This past weekend, I hosted and organized a new salon/critique series called SENSORIUM for the Visual Scholarship Initiative, of which I’m a member, here at Emory. It was really great both in terms of the projects presented and the discussion of the projects. There will definitely be many more of these to come.

Also, I performed a new piece of mine for the SENSORIUM  called ray’s welcome. Here’s a link to the video documentation of it, compliments of Alex Lukens:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovk7lr1771c&feature=youtu.be

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re/collection vestiges

I’m starting a new writing project using a new blog – re/collection vestiges. The project hopes to probe memory/recollection/reconnaissance, recognition/etc/etc/ through language, image, and the internet as material. This is a new project, so it is of course, bound to morph and bounce around.

re/collection vestiges

An updated list of history of science blogs (via The Dispersal of Darwin)

found this really great list of other history of science blogs – great resource!

Since last November when I gave a talk for the History of Science Society meeting in Phoenix about history of science blogging, the list of history of science blogs has increased (here is my original list). Here are the blogs and twitter accounts that focus on or dabble in the history of science, science and technology studies, etc., that I am aware of – please comment with others I have missed! Advances in the History of Psychology Adventures of … Read More

via The Dispersal of Darwin