Earlier in February, the LivingMaps network hosted a launch of their latest collaborative effort: Cohen, P. & Duggan, M. (Eds.) (2021) New Directions in Radical Cartography: Why the Map is Never the Territory. Rowman & Littlefield. Many members of Mapping Future Imaginaries contributed to the book, so check out the video recording of the eventContinue reading “Recording of New Directions in Radical Cartography book launch”
A new MFI project commenced this week – the video conversations series. These short, 15 minute conversations enable MFI members to talk about how their work investigates speculative ideas about the world. The collection is listed in the MFI website, and housed in Vimeo and YouTube
MFI member Sarah Jane Moore will be presenting on her research at the 17th Social Justice in Early Childhood conference. The event takes place online via Facebook Live on July 31st, 8.45am – 4.30pm AEST. The link to the event is: https://events.humanitix.com/copy-of-social-justice-in-early-childhood-17th-annual-conference-2021
As part of ‘Disorganising’ Marrickville School of Economics are collaborating with the School of Instituting Otherwise and the Food Art Research Network to explore economies that foster circularity, interdependence and establish bio-culturally diverse principles that circumvent capitalist paradigms of risk and profit. The workshop explores how artist led economies are reimagining collective health in a metabolicContinue reading “Event: Disorganising Metabolisms”
Livingmaps Review are opening a call for guest editors to produce a special issue of the journal for autumn 2022. The process will be in the hands of the guest editors, and you will be given full editorial freedom throughout, but you will have support from the team during the production phase. Proposals on themesContinue reading “Call for Special Issue: Livingmaps Review”
Keely Macarow, Neal Haslem and Marcus Knutagård currently have an exhibtion “Cities of Homefullness” at the Time Space Existence exhibition, curated by Debora Bae and Lucia Pedrana. The exhibtion is at European Culture Centre, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy, between 22 May – 21 November 2021.
7-830 pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time) June 8th. 2021 An online talk with speakers who are embedded in places of connection, creating sustainable systems & community around ecological concerns. Networks of Solidarity is a series of four monthly online talks co-organised by artist/organiser Kate O’Shea and writer/researcher Enya Moore from the Just City Collective. The Networks ofContinue reading “In The Roots”
13-23 September 2021. Deadline for submissions – 13th June 2021.Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, Germany The international summer school Masterclass Artistic Research in Film and Philosophy “Fabulation for Future” is an invitation to Master, PhD or Postdoc level students and researchers to become part of a fictive “International Committee to Save the Earth through Speculative Fabulation”. CheckContinue reading “Call for participants: Fabulation for Future”