Monthly Archives: April 2009

Berlin Theatre Border program

Theatre Border is was the [update: very successful] second of our AHRC Beyond Text Creativity Beyond Borders Network events, this time in Berlin at F.U…20-22 April 2009 See the link for more [and eventually a commentary], but the program was: … Continue reading

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Boycott these checks on students

This excellent letter appeared in today’s Guardian. Signed by a range of academics, and pointing out the abuse of power that now extends the border into the classroom. Bad move UK (stupidly following the Australian points based immigration system that … Continue reading

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if you don't start swimmin now

Out of the blue recently I was asked questions by the magazine ‘State of Nature’ and the full interview will be on their site next month. Some of their questions though had to do with Obama. Since my answer is … Continue reading

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Things to do – research council wish list

As part of my job, late Wednesday evening, I am filling out a ‘response form’ for an Arts and Humanities Research Council ‘consultation’. I include it here as I expect this draft not to get past the photocopier… The consultation … Continue reading

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Economy of contribution

We’ve had Bernard Stiegler at CCS this year (and next). Radar has kindly posted two video interviews on the Economy of Contribution event held at Goldsmiths a couple of months back. This one and a half day workshop was hosted … Continue reading

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interview with Sokari Douglas Camp 30.4.09

I will be interviewing Sokari live at the Second Skins: Cloth and Difference Symposium 30 April 2009 at INIVA, Rivington Place, London UK. “Fabricating Metal: the work of Sokari Douglas Camp”. This session will be a discussion of the work … Continue reading

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spoiler alerts for the final BSG

See the link below for pretty good-fun piece by Antonio Lopez on the final BSG (one among many – though I think people are holding back so as not to SPOIL it for others) – anyway, linking shamans and Hendrix … Continue reading

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