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Friday, September 27 • 11:00am - 1:00pm
Writing (through) Media Archaeology (roundtable sponsored by the Media Archaeology Lab)

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This roundtable will feature short talks from digital writers and critics from the US and Canada who wish to discuss writing in relation to the field of media archaeology via pieces of hardware and/or software housed in the Media Archaeology Lab (MAL) located at CU Boulder. Ideally, the MAL will bring in to the panel, for audience members to interact with, the piece of hardware/software that each panelist will discuss. 

The MAL is headed by Lori Emerson and its focus is on defining moments in the history of computing and digital literature/art. The MAL is a research space, classroom, game lab, hangout, living archive, and repository, that speaks to the concept of undead media, where “the past must be lived so that the present can be seen." Drawing on Jussi Parikka's notion of media archaeology as an active archive, the lab has become an opportunity to counter the memory-loss of computer cultures, much of it pre internet and pre new media; "the insistence of the relevance of the old and obsolete is the necessary double of the celebration of the new we have been living." 

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avatar for Mark Amerika

Mark Amerika

University of Colorado | Web: markamerika.com | Twitter: @markamerika
avatar for Aaron Angello

Aaron Angello

University of Colorado Boulder
Aaron Angello is a poet and multi-media artist. Currently working on his PhD at the University of Colorado Boulder.
avatar for Kyle Bickoff

Kyle Bickoff

Lab Manager, Media Archaeology Lab
Kyle works as Lab Manager, as a researcher, and and as a curator at CU's Media Archaeology Lab. His past talks and papers primarily focus on code studies, code aesthetics, and hands on digital forensics to enable his work--using the Media Archaeology Lab's materials as the focus of... Read More →
avatar for Mél Hogan

Mél Hogan

Mél Hogan is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Curation at the University of Colorado, Boulder. | | Her current research is at the intersection of media, archives and the environment. | | Her most recent publications revolve around the ecological impacts of media, data storage... Read More →
avatar for Joel Swanson

Joel Swanson

Director, Technology, Arts & Media Program, University of Colorado at Boulder


Friday September 27, 2013 11:00am - 1:00pm
Black Box Theater Roser ATLAS Building (2 floors down from the lobby), 1125 18th Street, Boulder

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