Category Archives: Art

Keynotes confirmed for A&SM#5 – and a Sensorium Song is on its way!

Very pleased to announce that Tero Karppi joins Carolyn Pedwell as our second keynote at Affect and Social Media#5: More Than (East London, June 25-26th 2020). Check out his excellent book: Disconnect: Facebook’s Affective Bonds Sensorium Song We are expecting … Continue reading

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A&SM#5 cfp

A&SM#5 presents: MORE-THAN Cfp and artworks 21st Feb 2020 International Conference and Sensorium Art Show 25-26th June 2020 University of East London, Stratford Venues: USS Building and The Dome Stratford Campus Confirmed Keynote: Carolyn Pedwell Registration opens early next year: £20, … Continue reading

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Emerging Affinities – Possible Futures of Performative Arts

I have an article (introduction copied below) in this edited collection on the possible futures of performative arts. It adopts a Deleuzian method to critically address the buzzword of the silo. There are further reflections on Lancel/Maat’s E.E.G. KISS, Kuai … Continue reading

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Latest additions to A&SM#4 programme

We are very pleased to announce the latest addition to the A&SM#4 programme appearing in the first session just after 11am. “In a social media environment awash with fake news and misinformation the Sensorium proudly present Prof Kimey Peckpo, University … Continue reading

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So, We Are All [digital] Addicts Now!

Some rather animated images from my talk at Central St Martins last night. This really was an interesting series of talks that made evident a concerning link between addiction and digital capitalism, and explored the potential for resistance from a … Continue reading

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Are We All Addicts Now? exhibition opens on Sat 16th Sept at Furtherfield Gallery

By “succumbing to online behavioural norms we emerge as ‘perfect capitalist subjects’” Exhibit to go with the book – both recommended! Are We All Addicts Now? book cover (2017) Stefan Schafer Details of the Exhibition Date: 16 September – 12 … Continue reading

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