Post-Imperial Oceanics Nov. 4-5, 2020
The micro-talks for this 2-day virtual conference hosted by UC Berkeley brings together a set of thinkers engaged with fragmented, layered and linked oceanic imperial processes, to think with the creative tensions between sociocultural processes across oceanic surfaces, and the mysteries of the submarine.
Pacific Futures Seminar via Ocean Archive: Hosted by TBA21 Guests: Elizabeth DeLoughrey, professor of postcolonial and indigenous literature, UCLA; Jaimey Hamilton Faris, associate professor of critical theory and art history, the University of Hawaii, Manoa; Maureen Penjueli, coordinator, Pacific Network on Globalisation, PANG, Fiji; and Taloi Havini, artist and curator
With: Territorial Agency (John Palmesino and Ann-Sofi Rönnskog); curator Daniela Zyman; Markus Reymann, director of TBA21–Academy
Opening JULY 1 @ Donkey Mill JANUARY 19, 2020: Inundation: Art and Climate Change in the Pacific. UHM Art Gallery. Traveling to Donkey Mill Gallery, Hawaii, March-June 2020.
In November, 2019: “The Climate is Woven,” for Comparative Archipelagos, Association for American Studies (ASA), Honolulu.
Out Now: “Sisters of Ocean and Ice: On the Hydro-feminism of Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner and Aka Niviâna’s Rise: From One Island to Another,” Shima, special issue on Coloniality and Islands, co-edited by Macarena Gomez-Barris and May Joseph forthcoming (October 2019). DOWNLOAD HERE.
Out Now: “Liquidity Incorporated: Economic Tides and Fluid Data in Hito Steyerl's Liquidity, Inc. (2014)" co-authored with Christina Gerhardt in Make Waves: Essays on Water in Contemporary Literature and Film, ed. Paula Farca (University of Nevada Press: 2019).
OTHER RECENT new/s:
Paradise is Drowning! ASLE Panel @UC Davis June 2019
Liquid Futures Research Group: upcoming in March 27, 2019 at ICS, University of Hawaii .
Banff Residency, "Beyond the Anthropocene" July-August 2018
Entangled Lines, WRACK ZONE, ISLE, Victoria, BC, June 2018
current project sites
Liquid Archives, Liquid Futures
current book project and related essays
Inundation: art and climate change in the pacific
exhibition opening in January 2020
Almanac for the Beyond
edited volume of experimental eco-criticism
links + contact