Rupert Reading Session #7 Loren Britton & Romi Ron Morrison: Concretizing Connections: Making Tangiblities
Rupert continues its monthly reading sessions! Every month, a member of Rupert’s team or an invited guest selects material to discuss. The reading sessions are open to anyone by registration.
The seventh of Rupert’s online reading sessions will take place on Big Blue Button, November 17th, 18:00 EET
Romi Morrison is an artist working across critical data studies, black feminist praxis, and geography. Focusing on boundaries, social infrastructure, and community technology, they engage informal practices of knowing and representing space beyond modes of enclosure that capture land into property, people into subjects, and knowledge into data. They are currently a PhD candidate in the School of Cinematic Arts at USC. https://elegantcollisions.com/
Loren Britton is an artist working with critical pedagogy, unlearning and unruly matter(s); they make objects that re-position and collaborations that unlearn. Britton is responsible to matters of anti-racism, trans*feminist-techno-science, and making accessibilities (considering class and dis/ability). Britton researches within Gender/Diversity in Informatics Systems Department at the University of Kassel, DE. More at: https://lorenbritton.com/
Accessibility: We would like to make the workshop accessible for people with disabilities, this can include multiple strategies for reducing barriers. Please let us know if Rupert can help find ways of greater access. Our print materials will be in English, if you use a screen reader, we can email you some screen-reader friendly digital versions, please email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rupert’s activities are supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.