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…

Cartographies of Place

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IN/TERMINUS is pleased to announce the upcoming release (March 2014) of Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban, engaging with place, image, and media to understand the complexity of urban life. Co-edited by Michael Darroch and Janine Marchessault. Watch for news of the Windsor book launch (date TBA)! Media are incorporated into our physical environments more dramatically than ever before – literally opening up new spaces of interactivity that trans- form the experience of being in the city. Public gatherings and movement, even the capabilities of democratic ideology,…

Detroit-Windsor Discussions: Joshua Akers

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Join IN/TERMINUS and U-Michigan-Dearborn’s Joshua Akers on Friday, November 22nd a walking tour and lecture. Dr. Aker’s spoke with CBC Radio Windsor ahead of his visit to Windsor, while local media also covered the event: view CTV’s broadcast here. Dr. Aker’s talk examines the material production of decline through a comparative analysis of narratives of the city attached to iconic images of Michigan Central Station and the political economy of the place in which it is located; a place situated within global transit networks and a site central to the…

HomeWork II: Long Forms / Short Utopias

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Join IN/TERMINUS, the Art Gallery of Windsor, the Trillium Foundation, and the Ontario Arts Council in supporting Broken City Lab‘s second Homework conference: Long Forms / Short Utopias, 8-10 November at the Art Gallery of Windsor and Civic Space.   Homework II: Long Forms / Short Utopias is a three-day conference and collaboratively-written publication that will aim to unfold the ways in which we construct, articulate, and practice ideas of micro-utopias, pop-up ideals, collaboration, and long-term social engagement in Ontario, across Canada, and abroad. The conference…

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