[-empyre-] Thank you Soraya and New Media/Art/Representation
Renate Terese Ferro
rferro at cornell.edu
Mon May 4 10:27:41 AEST 2015
Dear Soraya and guests,
On behalf of -empyre-soft-skinned space, I would like to thank you for
your valuable contribution to our -empyre- discussions this past April.
³Digital Media and the Interstices of Identity² gave us all a chance to
consider representation in light of issues revolving around new media and
technology with an array of interesting and important participants.
Soraya your curatorial skills in bringing these contributors together,
your sensitivity in managing the array of posts, and generally keeping the
month flowing so expertly was much appreciated by all of us. We look
forward to all of you joining us soon as guests or subscribers. Thank you
all so much. Renate
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art,Cornell University
Department of Art, Tjaden Hall Office: 306
Ithaca, NY 14853
Email: <rferro at cornell.edu <mailto:rtf9 at cornell.edu>>
URL: http://www.renateferro.net <http://www.renateferro.net/>
Lab: http://www.tinkerfactory.net <http://www.tinkerfactory.net/>
Managing Co-moderator of -empyre- soft skinned space
On 5/1/15, 1:54 AM, "Soraya Murray" <semurray at ucsc.edu> wrote:
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>Alas our time is up! It's been a wonderful conversation on Digital Media
>and the Interstices of Identity. I want to thank all of our guests,
>Professor Claudia Hart, Margaret Rhee, Dorothy Santos and Morehshin
>Allahyari for sharing generously of themselves. I hope that some of these
>conversations will continue offline as well.
>And, of course, I want to share my appreciation to Renate Ferro and Tim
>Murray for the wonderful invitation to host this month's discussion!
>All my best,
>Soraya Murray, Ph.D.
>Film + Digital Media Department
>University of California, Santa Cruz
>empyre at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au
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