Kim De Wolff and I are co-organizing this open panel for this year’s 4S annual meeting at Honolulu. The panel description is here on the conference website and below. Please consider submitting an abstract if you are interested. In STS-Island scholarship, the ‘island’ is the foundational site of technoscientific knowledge regimes and the spatial imaginaryContinue reading ““Islands of STS: Refiguring Environmental Futures” 4S Honolulu 2023 Open Panel”
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2023 Helsinki Biennale: “New Directions May Emerge” and Ecological Thinking Seminar blog entries
The “Design and Aesthetics for Environmental Data” project that I am part of, is one of the ‘curatorial intelligences’ in the 2023 Helsinki Biennale (as ‘Critical Environmental Data’), alongside the Museum of Impossible Forms, TBA21-Academy, ViCCA@Aalto Arts and an A.I. entity. Titled New Directions May Emerge, the Biennale is curated by Joasia Krysa and itContinue reading “2023 Helsinki Biennale: “New Directions May Emerge” and Ecological Thinking Seminar blog entries”
ARI Roundtable with Jason Wee and Tita Salina on Speculative Southeast Asian Aesthetic Urban Futures (31st May 2022, 4 – 5.15pm SGT)
Under the Asia Research Institute Asian Urbanisms cluster, I am organising a conversation between Singapore artist/writer Jason Wee and Indonesia artist Tita Salina, two artists based in two different Southeast Asian cities and whose work engages with the notion of ‘Asia as Future’. The artists will be invited to introduce their works and discuss theirContinue reading “ARI Roundtable with Jason Wee and Tita Salina on Speculative Southeast Asian Aesthetic Urban Futures (31st May 2022, 4 – 5.15pm SGT)”
A Critical Conversation for NUS Arts Festival 2022 – “Illuminating the Poetics of Space – Light as Meaning-Making” (16th March 2022, 7.30pm UCC Atrium, National University of Singapore)
I will be participating in a critical conversation with design cartographer Wong Zi Hao, one of the four artists featured in the NUS Museum’s group show Intimate Landscapes. Moderated by Dr Kamalini Ramdas of NUS’ Geography department, we will be discussing nature, urban planning, public space and Zi Hao’s work on embodied mapping of theContinue reading “A Critical Conversation for NUS Arts Festival 2022 – “Illuminating the Poetics of Space – Light as Meaning-Making” (16th March 2022, 7.30pm UCC Atrium, National University of Singapore)”
“Cities and Computers: Our Urban-Machinic Imaginaries” (4th December 2020, 9 – 11 am PST)
I am co-moderating with Toby Smith (and staying up for!), this excellent event featuring some of my favourite thinkers: Shannon Mattern, Brian House, Yuriko Furihata and Ranjodh Singh Daliwal.
Launch of “Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary”
Columbia GSAPP books, through The Avery Review, has published Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary with Lars Mueller Publishers, and it was recently launched at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, along with an installation of books that reflect the intersection of climate with architectural ideas. I am proud to be a contributor to this massive and beautifulContinue reading “Launch of “Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary””
Design History Society Meeting 2015
I am grateful for the Design History Society Student Conference Bursary Award which gave me the opportunity to attend the Design History Society Conference held this year in San Francisco. My report on my presentation at the conference is on the Design History Society blog here.
UCD Indian Ocean Imaginaries symposium (10/16/15)
The Mellon Research Initiative in “Reimagining Indian Ocean Worlds” that I am part of is hosting a symposium tomorrow from 9 – 6pm at 126 Voorhies Hall, UC Davis. Invited speakers include Gaurav Desai, Allen F Roberts, Martha Savaadra, Nidhi Mahajan, May Joseph, Polly Roberts, Ketaki Pant, and Neelima Jeychandran, our Mellon Visiting Professor. TheContinue reading “UCD Indian Ocean Imaginaries symposium (10/16/15)”