In this new event, Helen Pritchard and Cassandra Troyan will present us their artistic research project entitled "In the mouth of the polar bear: The undead feeling of the world", carried out within the framework of DONE 5. This project engages with the production of transpecies animacy in the domains of edu-tainment, policing, and the military industrial complex.
The commissioned artists will present their project in conversation with the three curators and the rest of the participants of the DONE5 programme.
Dr. Helen V. Pritchard is an artist and geographer whose work considers the impacts of computation on social and environmental justice. Helen is an Associate Professor of Queer Feminist Technoscience at i-DAT, Plymouth University and a research fellow at Goldsmiths University of London.
Cassandra Troyan is a writer, artist, and researcher whose work explores the intersections of gendered and colonial violence, radical histories of resistance, and speculative futures beyond capital. Cassandra teaches creative-critical writing practices as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Design at Linnaeus University in Sweden.
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DONE is a project of creation and thinking that aims to approach the image’s not-so-new ecosystem in the post digital technology and Internet era.
More information about the programme: https://done.fotocolectania.org/edicion5/en/
DONE is a project promoted by the Foto Colectania Foundation with the collaboration of the Fundació Banc Sabadell and with the support of the Dirección General de Política e Industrias Culturales and El Libro del Ministerio de Cultura.