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: “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