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Organisé par les doctorant.e.s : Hubert Alain, Daniel Blémur et Albertine Thunier
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What exactly is paper? What experiences are unique to paper? In what ways is paper valuable? Why paper now? Is paper still a relevant technology? How has paper in its various permutations given rise to specific things, systems, and cultures, including certain formats and genres (e.g. the pocket book, the file, the greetings card), artefacts...
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In 1903, German apothecary Julius Neubronner fitted homing pigeons with tiny dual-lensed pneumatic cameras in order to produce unmanned aerial images. I argue that Neubronner’s experiment is suggestive of a much more substantial dovetailing of birds with the modern project of overcoming distance and contend that the field of media studies has overlooked the significance...
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This year we started doing some readings as a lab as a way to focus our monthly meetings...
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Expérimentant avec l’indie publishing et de nouvelles formes d’écriture, les membres d’Artefact Lab ont co-produit cet été la première publication du labo. Il y a en tout 8 exemplaires, tous uniques (puisque fait à la main). Nous y avons consacré la journée du 13 août avec beaucoup de plaisir et d’essais et erreurs !
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A conference organized by lab co-director Ghislain Thibault, along with Mark Hayward (York University, Toronto) as part of the “Recovering Mechanology” project, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. What is the role of experimentation in the history of media studies? The creation and modification of things, instruments, devices, machines or media...
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