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DLAC New Member Introductions: Edward King

The DLAC Network has recently undergone an expansion. This post is part of a series in which new DLAC members introduce themselves and their research interests in digital culture. This time it is Edward King, Lecturer in Portuguese and Lusophone Studies  at the University of Bristol. A strong interest in Latin American digital cultures has … Continue reading

New article on digital technologies and literary genres

A recent article by Claire has come out in a special issue of the journal Revista Tropelías: Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada. Guest edited by Teresa López-Pellisa and Ana Casas, the special issue is dedicated to the topic of ‘Narrativas transmedia, hipermedia e intermedia: teoría y crítica’.   After an introduction … Continue reading

Digital art in Montevideo and Buenos Aires

We just came back from an exciting trip to Argentina and Uruguay where we ran a series of events and activities on the AHRC-funded project Latin(o) American Digital Art.  Our first stop was Montevideo, where we were welcomed by the internationally recognised artist Brian Mackern, who had been  our Artist in Residence in Liverpool in October … Continue reading

One Week to go!

It’s only now one week to go before our week-long series of events in Montevideo and Buenos Aires. We’ve been very busy preparing for the events, and there is lots of new information available on our Events pages, where you can find out more information including timings, locations, and speakers at each event. For all the … Continue reading

Cities in Dialogue Exhibition

Latamcyber is delighted to announce the forthcoming Cities in Dialogue Exhibition, to be held in Liverpool from 13-21 October this year. Held as part of Claire’s AHRC-funded project on Latin(o) American Digital Art: Exhibitions and Audience-Participation Workshops, and in conjunction with FACT and the Liverpool Independents Biennial, the exhibition brings together the work of four … Continue reading

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

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

Report on taller

Over the summer, Claire participated in a taller in conjunction with colleagues at the Universidad de Tres de Febrero in Argentina, who are working on a net.art project entitled Radiografía del Net.Art en Latinoamérica. Vitalidad creativa en riesgo de Extinción. Participants in the taller included Diego Dalla Benetta, Liliana Koselevich, Alejandro Schianchi and Marina Zerbarini, plus Ignacio Nieto connecting up … Continue reading

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