Join Livestreamed Panel Discussion of the Reco(r)ding CripTech Project
Please join us for a free and open-to-the-public livestream of the panel discussion “Reco(r)ding CripTech: a Ground Works project documenting collaborative creative process” on Friday, November 4, 1:45-3pm EST.
Reco(r)ding Criptech, a new project on a2ru Ground Works, documents the creative, interdisciplinary processes of six artists from the disability community in their art-and-technology residencies with Leonardo's CripTech Incubator. Reco(r)ding CripTech supports the artists’ evolving practices, captures the experience to inform future access-centered artmaking and archiving, and centers diverse ways of knowing and instantiating knowledge. Our working process emphasizes voice, agency, and aesthetic access. The resulting archive will be fully accessible on Ground Works.
CripTech Incubator artist JS Shokrian joins members of the Reco(r)ding CripTech team in this panel discussion moderated by Stephanie S. Rosen to expand on the artist’s research and documentation process for “Keep in Touch,” a multimedia installation on the voice, data surveillance and prison telecommunications. We are eager to engage you in a wide-ranging discussion, fielding the questions that matter to the various populations involved in the project.
The panel is part of a2ru’s national conference on the theme “Exploring Artistic Research.” Attendance at the in-person event in Ann Arbor, Michigan requires conference registration; remote attendance via livestream is free and open to the public via this link: https://ummedia01.umnet.umich.edu/umich/a2ru110422b.html.
We invite remote attendees to actively participate by accessing the livestream via YouTube (the link above will get you there), logging in with a YouTube account, and joining the “Chat.”