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Telepresence event with Marina Zerbarini

On Tuesday 18th December Claire held a telepresence event in conjunction with members of the Veterans in Practice group, based in Liverpool. The event involved hooking up with the Argentine net.artist Marina Zerbarini for a live video interview over the internet, as well as live blogging. Questions were put to Marina by various members of the … Continue reading

Report on Thea’s participation in indigeneity symposium, London

Last month Thea gave a paper at the Recasting Commodity and Spectacle in the Indigenous Americas symposium which was organised by Charlotte Gleghorn (Royal Holloway, University of London) as part of the Indigeneity in the Contemporary World: Performance, Politics, Belonging research project, in partnership with the Institute for the Study of the Americas. Held at the Senate … Continue reading

New article by Claire in JILAR

Latamcyber is pleased to announce that Claire has just had an article published in the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, volume 18:2 (2012). Entitled ‘Monopolies and Maquiladoras: The Resistant Re-encoding of Gaming in Coco Fusco and Ricardo Domínguez’s Turista Fronterizo’ the article forms part of Claire’s on-going project on Latin(o) American net.art, and focuses in … Continue reading

Forthcoming events with Tenantspin/Veterans in Practice

As part of her AHRC-funded project ‘Latin American Cultural Production Online, from 1990 to the Present’, Claire will be running two events in December in conjunction with Veterans in Practice and Tenantspin. Veterans in Practice is a Liverpool-based community group coordinated by Angharad Williams that meets weekly and works with digital artists to produce creative projects. The first event … Continue reading

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