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Finding a Common Thread ‘Netweaving’ Event

Thursday 5 May, University of Leeds This is a one-day event where we will spend the morning showcasing the work of Chilean-American multimedia artist Guillermo Bert and his Encoded Textiles project, in dialogue with Russian art curator Alisa Prudnikova. In the afternoon,  we will follow up with a ‘netweaving’ workshop to identify ‘common threads’ linking … Continue reading

Welcome to the website for the Digital Latin American Cultures Network, led by researchers from the University of Liverpool, the University of Leeds, and Queen's University Belfast, which researches the cultural dimensions of new media in Latin America.

Upcoming talks by project members

Claire Taylor will be giving a talk on “Weaving a Resistant Memory of the Dictatorship: Marina Zerbarini's Tejido de memoria” at the Memory, Politics and Art 40 Years after the 1976 coup in Argentina conference, 24 February, University of Liverpool

Tori Holmes will present the paper 'Proliferating Texts: Reading Brazilian Digital Culture for Meaning and Motion' at the Forms of Informality: Textual Analysis and Popular Culture in the Global South symposium, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 11-12 March 2016

Thea Pitman has been invited to speak on '"Aztec High-tech" and Beyond: What's Latin American Art Got to Do with Science?' at Otley Science Café, on 24 March 2016

Claire Taylor has been invited to give the keynote speech at the Contagion and Containment conference, University of Cambridge, on 21 May 2016

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