Detroit-Windsor Discussions: Albert Kahn’s Five-Year Plant and the Birth of Uncertain Space

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Please join art historian and media critic ADAM LAUDER for his presentation: “Albert Kahn’s Five-Year Plant and the Birth of Uncertain Space” Thursday, 20 March 4:30 pm Lebel Building (School of Visual Arts), Room 115 ADAM LAUDER is a full-time doctoral student in art history at the University of Toronto. Formerly, he was the W. P. Scott Chair for Research in e-Librarianship at York University, where he began developing an online catalogue raisonne, the IAINBAXTER&raisonnE, in collaboration with conceptual artist IAIN BAXTER&. He has edited…

“Media, Language, Cities: Planetary Urbanisms from McLuhan to Flusser”: Michael Darroch presents @ NSCAD Cineflux 2014 Symposium

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Dr. Michael Darroch presents “Media, Language, Cities: Planetary Urbanisms from Marshall McLuhan to Vilèm Flusser” at the Cineflux 2014 Symposium The Old New (7-9 March 2014). http://www.nscadresearch.com/cinefluxsymposium

Public Forum: Borders in Globalization

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The IN/TERMINUS Creative Research Collective, the Transnational Law and Justice Network, and the Cross-Border Institute are pleased to announce the Public Forum: BORDERS IN GLOBALIZATION: Bridging Politics, Law, Culture: 24 February 2014, St. Paul’s Hall, 2nd Floor, Canterbury College, University of Windsor, 12:00 – 2:30 pm Join us and our three Keynote Speakers for an open-to-the-public discussion bridging political, legal, and cultural dimensions of contemporary and future Border Studies. How does our pivotal location within Canada-US borderlands position us to embrace new directions of Border Studies in the…

Natural Science

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Please visit IN/TERMINUS member Jennifer Willet’s newest exhibition NATURAL SCIENCE, running at ArtCite, Windsor from 17 January to 1 March! In July 2011, twenty artists, scientists, filmmakers, theorists and students engaged in an art/science research experiment where a diverse set of individuals came together to live and work at a bioart field research station in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. BioARTCAMP was a collaborative art/science project designed by Jennifer Willet and co-produced by INCUBATOR Lab at the University of Windsor and The Banff Centre. Participants worked…

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