[-empyre-] Feminist Data Visualization-- a coda
Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk
Sat Aug 13 22:18:07 AEST 2016
thank you Christina for
your special effort to wrap up this amazing month of discussion and for the
reflections you offered as our moderator,
and thanks of course to all the participants!
From: empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au [empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au] on behalf of christina at christinamcphee.net [christina at christinamcphee.net]
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Subject: [-empyre-] Feminist Data Visualization-- a coda
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"Erin Leland wrote eloquently on how bodies are inhabited through a replication of body languages, and I found much resonance in this and wondered whether we can continue to discuss a bit,
as our moderator, Christina McPhee, has not closed the debate yet?”
Johannes and everyone,
Yes it’s true I did not have a chance to thank the guests for July 2016 on -empyre-, Feminist Data Visualization. I’d love to do so now by ‘replication’ of lines from thoughtful
writing that came out of this conversation. I will do so in a series of individual posts, which will hit inboxes over the next hour.
I ‘ll post a linear text to academia dot edu soon and hope to find more outlets beyond that for this rather profound exchange.
Deepest thanks and respect to these people who gave us so much upon which to reflect in the midst of the chaotic stream of mediated death and life.
Week 1: Catherine D’Ignazio, Lauren Klein, Erin Leland, and Lee Mackinnon
Week 2: Katherine Behar, Fiamma Montezemolo, and Annina Rüst
Week 3: Carolyn Castaño, Johanna Drucker, and Erin MacElroy
Week 4: Tif Robinette, Beatriz Cortez, and Aviva Rahmani
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