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DLAC YouTube channel now available

The DLAC YouTube channel is now live!

 

The channel, which can be found here, is comprised of a variety of videos, which we will be expanding on in the future.

 

Recordings included to this point are a video which features Argentinian digital artist Marina Zerbarini talking about her 2003 online interactive work Tejido de memoria at the Cities in Dialogue exhibition at FACT Liverpool in 2014, a video involving US-Nicaraguan artist Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga talking about his A Geography of Being (2012) and other projects at the same event at FACT Liverpool in 2014, as well as a keynote by Claire at the Screening the Literary workshop at the University of Lancaster in October 2016, at which she spoke about the effects of the digital age on literature.

 

Future uploads will feature other videos about artists who exhibited their work at FACT in 2014 as part of Claire’s Ciudades en diálogo project, recordings of festivals celebrating e-poetry, and various keynotes and presentations given by Thea, Claire, and Tori at conferences and symposia.

 

The channel aims to extend DLAC’s visibility, and to promote on-going events and academic work on the subject of digital cultures in both Latin America and beyond.

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