media, information, the contemporary

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  • Capture All: A Sonic Investigation

      We are happy to share the publication of a special issue of Disclaimer, co-edited by Laura McLean and Mehak Sawhney, with a focus on sonic creative practices from India and Australia. It has been collaboratively published by Liquid Architecture, Melbourne, and Sarai-CSDS, Delhi. The collection of artworks can be found here: https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/capture-all This collection…

  • BioScope Volume 13 Issue 1, June 2022

    We’re happy to announce the publication of BioScope vol. 13. no. 1. The new issue of Bioscope has a special section on Media in the Pandemic. Pallavi Paul considers the media form of viral analysis, and different types of information-gathering and speculation that challenge the authority of medical expertise; Anirban Baishya looks at drone use during lockdown and the death-ravaged…

  • BioScope Volume 12 Issue 1-2, June & December 2021

    We’re happy to announce the publication of BioScope vol. 12. no. 1-2. The Keywords Issue marks 10 years of BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies. We first conceived of this special issue in 2018 when we were nearing our 10th anniversary. At the time, the editorial group sought a celebratory stock-taking – a means of noting the…

  • 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…