“Manifest Data” at NC State University

Above, a video explaining the collaborative art/theory work that my husband Shane Denson and I have been doing lately — both as a part of the Duke S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab‘s Manifest Data project and in a spin-off project that will be going on display at Duke University next month. The video is being shown right now (at the time of this posting) at North Carolina State University — at the 6th annual AEGS conference “How do you do <digital> humanities?,” where I am representing the two of us and presenting alongside Amanda Starling Gould, Luke Caldwell, Libi Striegl, and David Rambo.
Wish Shane could be there with me, but has got another panel at SCMS in Montreal today…

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