The Department of Critical Media Practices is pleased to host special events that bring together practitioners and scholars for sustained interactions around special themes.
This year we are delighted to partner with the program in Intermedia, Art, Writing and Performance (IAWP) and the Media Archaeology Lab (MAL) in hosting postdoctoral associate Maryam Muliaee, who has organized the mini-series below.
Media Archaeology + Feminism is a mini-series of themed talks and workshops for fall 2021 through spring 2022, organized by Post-doctoral Associate Maryam Muliaee and sponsored by the Department of Critical Media Practices in partnership with the Media Archaeology Lab (MAL) and the Intermedia Arts, Writing and Performance PhD Program (IAWP) at CU.
The invited speakers present their work in a refreshed individual perspective on the intersection of media archaeology and feminism. Through their talks and workshops, the guest speakers discuss how media archaeology, and its creative methodologies of remediation, can be placed in convergence with feminist-inspired ideas and tactics.
Bringing the CU communities together across different departments and programs from DCMP, MAL and IAWP, among others, this curated project explores how two fields can expand beyond their common boundaries to inform a variety of media art, critical making, creative practices and theoretical research.