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Events

  • Colonized by Data: The Costs of Connection

    CAPTURE ALL PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES Join Nick Couldry & Ulises Mejías as they discuss the data colonialism thesis developed in their book The Costs of Connection: How Data is Colonising Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism, and their project (with Paola Ricaurte) Tierra Común and its interventions for data decolonisation. Date and Time: Thursday…

  • Proximate Exposures: Media and Radiance Lecture by Rahul Mukherjee

    Lecture by Rahul Mukherjee on ‘Proximate Exposures: Media and Radiance’ [Critical Humanities event] on 5 March 2021 via Zoom. It will be chaired by Ravi Sundaram. The discussant will be Veena Hariharan. Friday, 5 March 2021, 5 pm. Zoom http://bit.ly/2ZMHoJ0 CLICK TO JOIN THE LECTURE  ZOOM ID: 972 5408 4679             …

  • Book Discussion on ‘Lives of Data: Essays on Computational Culture from India’

    Centre for the Study of Developing Societies invites you to a Book Discussion on Lives of Data: Essays on Computational Cultures from India edited by Sandeep Mertia. Panelists: Jahnavi Phalkey | Stefania Milan | Nimmi Rangaswamy Ravi Sundaram will Chair Friday, 19 February 2021, 5pm India Time The discussion will be held on Zoom Link:…

Features

  • BioScope Volume 11 Issue 2, December 2020

    We’re happy to announce the publication of BioScope vol. 11. no. 2. ‘Can I share my screen?’ asks someone in a meeting. They fumble with the buttons. We move from a close shot of their face, inside the contours of their domestic background, and arrive jerkily onto their desktop. In the foreground is their presentation, hastily…

  • Capture All: A Sonic Investigation – Result and Cohort

    Capture All: A Sonic Investigation Cohort We are delighted to announce the six participants of Capture All: A Sonic Investigation – Aasma Tulika, Joel Spring, Shareeka Helalludin, Suvani Suri, Thomas Smith and Uzma Falak. This project is a collaboration between Liquid Architecture (Melbourne) and Sarai (Delhi), supported by the Australia Council for the Arts. AASMA…

  • Lives of Data: Essays on Computational Cultures from India

    We are excited to announce the publication of “Lives of Data: Essays on Computational Cultures from India” with the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam. It is available for download in ePub and PDF formats, and for print-on-demand orders: https://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/lives-of-data-essays-on-computational-cultures-from-india/ Lives of Data emerged from research projects and workshops at the Sarai programme, Centre for the…