Over the past 10 weeks the students of Dark Matters: Critical Theory of Technology (taught by American Artist with Zainab Aliyu) have been studying together digitally across states and countries. Join them on July 22 as they read their contributions to the culminating publication “A Dictionary of Dark Matters” containing an assemblage of poetry, prose, creative writing, personal histories and illustrations that redefine what a dictionary can be. The 400+ page publication holds definitions of terms such as Transparency, Redaction, Racial Gaze, Abolition, Tax State, Causal Pleasure, etc. based on students personal experiences and (un)learnings from the course. This event will take place over two sessions (1:30 - 3 PM, and 6:30 - 8 PM) on Zoom and be streamed on Twitch. 1:30-3 PM EST Readers: Angus Fletcher Cameron Granger Heather Snyder Quinn ilona altman Krystal Maughan LeAnne Wagner Lluvia Machuca Ruelas Miranda Shou Rahel Aima Sara Khalid Tash Nikol Smith Teresa Snider-Stein Tristan Sauer Tyler Yin 6:30-8 PM EST Readers: brontë velez Connor Trotter David Lisbon Diana Marin Jessica Rajko Kevin He Lauren Monzon Lissa Aguilar Makayla Bailey Makshya Tolbert Matthew Ross Paras Sanghavi Ryan Patterson Sus Labowitz Timur Fattahov Trevor Tatham
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