[-empyre-] OPEN CALL: an encouraging word to send your bio and reading lists
adriene.jenik at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 05:10:15 AEDT 2021
Have been reading and making notes from others' lists - thank you!
Here is what is occupying me these days:
*Diary of a Detour*, Lesley Stern
*Syllabus*, Lynda Barry
*Strange Tools*, Alvin Noe
*Silt*, Aurora Levins Morales
*Oak Flat*, Lauren Redniss
*Every Day is a Good Day*, Wilma Mankiller, editor
*Postcolonial Love Poem*, Natalie Diaz
*Trouble*, experimental film by Mariah Garnett
*Compound Journal*, issue 2.0 "Radical Empathy"
*When the Sick Rule the World*, Dodie Bellamy
*Lo-Tek Design by Radical Indigenism*, Julia Watson
*Doughnut Economics*, Kate Raworth
*The Backyard Chicken Book*, H. Lee Schwanz
Adriene Jenik (she/they) is an artist, educator and end of life doula who
resides in the high desert of California. Her mediated performances have
been written about in The New York Times, published in The Drama Review,
and recognized by the Rockefeller Foundation. Her current creative
research practice spans “data humanization” performances, ECOtarot
readings, and experiments in extreme experiential learning. Jenik serves as
Professor of Intermedia at the School of Art, Arizona State University, and
is the creative producer of The Artists’ Grief Deck.
adrienejenik.net, griefdeck.com, @ecotarot
On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 12:15 PM Renate Ferro <rferro at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> Just a reminder to our new members but also older members. Please send us
> your reading resources and a bio to introduce yourself to the list. So far
> it has been fascinating to see the common themes but also the diversity of
> research being done.
> Best. Renate
> For the last two weeks of January, 2021 we launch an open call to our
> members. "What’s on your bookshelf in 2021?" Share a list of the books,
> online publications and other resources (digital or otherwise) that are on
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> you have a new publication? Please share these titles, publication
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> Please post your biography at the end of your post to introduce yourself
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> Happy New Year and please stay safe.
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