[-empyre-] As for the Archival Event: Who is -Empyre-?

Timothy Conway Murray tcm1 at cornell.edu
Mon Jul 1 12:40:41 EST 2013

Hi, -empyreans-, thanks ever so much for your noisy response to this month's "Archival Event: Who Is -Empyre-" We've all come to marvel at the diverse dazzle of our community as it variously activates and lurks around our monthly discussion topics.  Most fascinating to me and Renate is the atonal vibrancy of participatory engagement with the list, as our members noisily (which can also mean quietly) integrate our communal discourse into their thinking and projects in energetic rhizomatic ways that spin the list's framed discussions off into unknown dimensions.  We welcome the many articulations of these extra dimensions, just as we embrace the enthusiastic expression of the list's global identity.

As for the Archival Event, your lively response to this experiment attests to the fluidity of the archive that is called -empyre-.  The 'event' of its happening lies below, along, and beyond the signals of monthly discussions as our global collaborators activate their research and artistic projects across so many dimensions that touch or intersect with digital media along the way.  We look forward to your touching us again along the way, as we bounce off your biographical descriptions to identify featured guests and forge new discussion topics along the way.

Happy July.


Director, Society for the Humanities
Curator, Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art
Professor of Comparative Literature and English
A. D. White House
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York. 14853

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