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Mediating Deep Space and Time

Workshop Series 


Mediating Deep Space & Time is a three-part workshop series co-organised with other members of the Screen and Audiovisual Research Unit (SARU), based at the Department of Media & Communications at Goldsmiths. The workshops took place in April, May and June 2017 

Part 1: Requiem for the cryosphere: a roundtable on politics, nature and denial

Etienne Turpin (MIT/anexact office): The Same River Twice – Natures, Medias, and Other Torrential Formations

Nigel Clark (Lancaster University): Keswickstan – Liquid Display, Global Flow, Sedimentary Being

Jody Berland (York University): Watching It Melt – From Screenshots to Post-Humanist Media Archaeology


Panel moderated by Sean Cubitt (Goldsmiths)

Followed by workshop based on readings and presentations.

Part 2: Out of the sediment: ecologies of scale and speculative grids 


Presentations and workshop by members of Archaeologies of Media and Technology Research Group (Winchester School of Art / University of Southampton).

Jussi Parikka: So many futures, times

Mihaela Brebenel and Yiğit Soncul: After- Math(s): Techniques, Calculations, Fictions

Abelardo Gil-Fournier: Reservoir Islands

Followed by workshop based on readings and presentations.

Part 3: Projections beyond reach

Sean Cubitt: Posthumous Media: The Voyager Animations

Olga Goriunova: Home

Matthew Fuller: Luck

Susan Schuppli: Politics in the Time of Calcium

Followed by workshop based on readings and presentations.