Counter-Strategies: Digital Methodologies and Practice-Based Research
This online event takes place on 25 March 5pm GMT.
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How can we develop counter-strategies for image production and circulation in a post-digital age? Join this roundtable with Heba Y. Amin, Sabine Bitter, Anthony Downey, Claudette Lauzon and Gillian Russell as they discuss how research and artistic practices advance methodologies for thinking from within and through the digital image.
Drawing on their own research and artistic practice, the speakers will explore how practitioners can realign and potentially redefine how we understand the production, dissemination, and reception of digital imagery. This implies that we revise methodological approaches to the question of digital epistemologies and enquire more fully into what is it to produce knowledge through creative practices in an age of apparent digital dystopia.
Heba Y. Amin has been using her exhibition When I see the future, I close my eyes at The Mosaic Rooms as a case study with students at Simon Fraser University. This event is presented by SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts and the Audain Visual Artist in Residence and co-presented as part of the public programme of When I see the future, I close my eyes, curated by Anthony Downey.
Image: Photo & Design by Daniel Lin and Debbie Chan. Courtesy of the artists.