[-empyre-] closing down the November discussion on -empyre
dale.hudson at nyu.edu
Tue Dec 1 18:41:52 AEDT 2015
Thanks, Renate — and thanks to everyone for sharing your ideas and work with us!
Patty and I have really appreciated the opportunity to learn more about the projects that we discussed in our book, which we sometimes describe as a “celebration of collaboration.” Our framework emerged within the process of curating. We saw our work as making connections between the projects that artists, activists, advocate, intellectuals, and students were making around the world in different contexts.
I want to acknowledge the intellectual work of Patty and ,her co-director of the FLEFF, Tom Shevory, for devising FLEFF’s innovative themes that guide the calls for submissions for the online exhibitions, as well as Tanya Saunders, Assistant Provost of International Programs and Extended Studies, who makes FLEFF possible in so many ways. And, of course, a huge thank you to you (Renate) and Tim for keeping this platform alive and also for inaugurating the very first online exhibition at FLEFF nearly a decade ago.
Finally, I want to share with everyone the link to the latest FLEFF exhibit, Iterations as Habitats (http://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/iterations/), which includes brilliant projects by Francois Knoetza (South Africa), Chiara Passa (Italy), Kuesti Fraun (Germany), Ben Grosser (USA), Shazia Javed (India/Canada), Leah Shafer (USA), Banu Colak (Turkey/UAE), and Mario Ceolin (Italy).
On Dec 1, 2015, at 9:04, Renate Terese Ferro <rferro at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> On behalf of -empyre we would like to thank Dale Hudson and Patty
> Zimmermann and their monthly guests for participating in the month's
> discussion highlighting global issues in new media practices. It has been
> especially appreciated amongst the backdrop of campus uprisings and global
> violence and unrest. These issues percolated throughout the discussions
> all month and are sure to remain throughout our discussions. Locative
> media, political and ecological impacts, migration and global movements
> are some of the highlights from this month¹s large group of guests. We
> appreciate all of your contributions and hope you will remain active in
> our global community. Thank you again to all of you.
> Renate Ferro
> Visiting Associate Professor of Art
> Cornell University
> Department of Art
> Tjaden Hall, Office 306
> Ithaca, NY 14853
> Email: rferro at cornell.edu
> URL: http://www.renateferro.net
> Lab: http://www.tinkerfactory.net
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