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Ev ent-anglement montreal

The fourth event, Affective Encoutners, Montreal at which I ask participants to share their affect.

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Ev ent-anglement montreal

  1. 1. #Ev-Ent-Anglement 4: Montreal Affective Encounters Canada August, 2015
  2. 2. Ev-ent-anglement Event + entanglement Ev - ent - anglement
  3. 3. Event 1: Utrecht, Summer 2014
  4. 4. Ev-ent-anglement Utrecht
  5. 5. Marta, Patricia and Alanna @ ev-ent-anglement
  6. 6. Event 2: Dehli
  7. 7. From Ingrid Ryberg@Utrecht
  8. 8. Event 3: Dublin: Tara McPherson and Kara Keeling
  9. 9. Event “Something shocking, out of joint, that appears all of a sudden and interrupts the usual flow of things.” Slavoj Zizek Event: A Philosophical Journey Through A Concept (2014)
  10. 10. Ettinger cut/pastes in here via Bertleson
  11. 11. Event “a rupture in the normal order of bodies and languages as it exists for any particular situation.” Alain Badiou The Communist Hypothesis (2010)
  12. 12. Cahoun Fragment @Montreal
  13. 13. The ev-ent-tanglement is made by and of cuts “Cuts are part of the phenomena they help produce.” Karen Barad Meeting the Universe Halfway (2007)
  14. 14. A Cut+Paste from a student at the Utrecht #Eventanglement
  15. 15. #eventanglement From Domi, In the Interval
  16. 16. To Cut A “causal procedure and act of decision” Sarah Kember and Joanna Zylinska Life After New Media (MIT Press: 2012)
  17. 17. “Then Along Came STS/And…” by Nina Wakeford, pasted by Sarah Kember
  18. 18. From @vj_um_amel to Dehli: “Immobility” with @michacardena
  19. 19. Marta emailed me this yesterday
  20. 20. From a student @Utrecht Ev-ent-anglement
  21. 21. From KJ to ev-ent-anglement 1 August 27, 2014 at 8:19 pm I have recently made a rather large cut to myself or rather a surgeon made it for me out of great necessity (It was a kind of a “do or die” situation) This edit to my physical body invites interpretations, many times by strangers People whom I don’t know and who don’t know me. I don’t mean to be mysterious but it’s complicated. Online I am a composite of many identities gendered this way or that and strangely I find myself entangled in fragments of former selves which are constantly colliding shattering the illusion of the seamless narratives about gender identity about cancer often required for the comfort of others. #eventanglement
  22. 22. “Sound/text ridingthemeridian hyper/text ridingthemeridian text/text ridingthemeridan sound/text”
  23. 23. Alaric Sumner
  24. 24. Comment From KJ on August 29, 2014 at 3:52 pm This reminds me of Bill Shannon’s creative dance movement at the nexus of art & disability; my 6 year-old son also has the same pediatric hip disease (Legg-Calve- Perthes) and we have been relearning what it means to move freely in the world, always subject to limitations of the body.
  25. 25. Bill Shannon
  26. 26. I cut+paste Alisa Lebow/Egyptian Media into ev-ent-anglement 2, Dehli
  27. 27. “Media Whore” from @vj_um_amel
  28. 28. Sputniko’s “Menstruation Machine” from Rena Bivins
  29. 29. Material Entanglements “joins and disjoins—cutting together/apart—not separate consecutive activities, but a single event that is not one.” Karen Barad Mar(k)ing Time: Material Entanglements and Re-memberings: Cutting Together-Apart” (2013)
  30. 30. Bjork’s New Materials via Hongisto on
  31. 31.
  32. 32. TL wrote about this in a poem
  33. 33.
  34. 34. Affect “Affect arises in the midst of in-between-ness: in the capacities of a momentary or sometimes more sustained set of relations as well as the passage (and the duration of the passage) of forces or intensities.” Melissa Gregg and Gregory Seigworth “An Inventory of Shimmers” (2009)
  35. 35. Border-Disorder From Ingrid Ryberg@Utrecht
  36. 36. An actant never really acts alone “Its efficacy or agency always depends on the collaboration, cooperation or interactive interference of many bodies and forces .” Jane Bennett Vibrant Matter (2009)
  37. 37. From Instagram @ Utrecht
  38. 38. From Instagram @ Dehli
  39. 39. From Ingrid Ryberg
  40. 40. Ev-ent-anglement PLACES/ART/PROJECTS =objects A Day in the Life of Janet Smart: novel Arizona “Affective Aesthetics: Ethics, Ecstasy and Ecosophy,” talk “Affective Noise in Darren Aronofsky’s Pi, talk Ann Arbor, Michigan Artforum: journal b.a.n.g. Lab Bollywood Bombay Call of Duty: Heroes: video game Cinema Interval, book Cougar This: poem? Dartington College in the UK “Deep Lab”: video 20. Michel Foucault Richard Fung Victor Frankenstein Sarah Franklin Delhi “Digital AIDS Documentary,” article ‘Disertaciones de la Chingada’: novel? Egypt “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights”: project website evacuated Israeli military fortress “Everything,” film Eugene Lang College (The New School) facebook, youtube and twitter FemTechNet “Free Angela Davis” and “All Political Prisoners”: films Gender and Media Studies at the University of Utrecht Golden Gate Bridge Goldsmiths Goldsmiths iTunes U
  41. 41. Ideas are material “Ideas are material in that they become rituals and then sedimented at a corporeal level.” Diana Coole and Samantha Frost New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency and Politics (2010)
  42. 42. PEOPLE who have engaged and/or were cut+paste in = objects Sarah Ahmed Alain Badiou Karen Barad Mary Beard Yasiin Bey Marci Blackman La Chica Boom Gregg Bordowitz Micha Cardenas Sheba Chhachhi Dianne Chisholm Rey Chow Helene Cixous Trucos Clash Of Clans T.L. Cowan Ellen Diamond Ricardo Dominguez Basak E. Cesar Enriquez Michel Foucault Richard Fung Victor Frankenstein Sarah Franklin Elizabeth Freeman Donna Haraway Pato Hebert Herpes Protocol Cure Alexandra Juhasz Antonia Juhasz Alisa Lebow Kara Keeling Sarah Kember Petra Kuppers E. Larson Jesse Lerner Tarja Laine Shola Lynch Patricia MacCormack
  43. 43. Affect is what sticks “Affect is what sticks, or what sustains or preserves the connection between ideas, values, and objects.” Sara Ahmed Queer Phenomenology (2006)
  44. 44. TL Cut/paste this fragment online
  45. 45. Now Dayna is here
  46. 46. From Ingrid Ryberg @Utrecht
  47. 47. From Alanna Thain@Utrecht
  48. 48. Editing “straddles the line between art and craft” Valerie Orpen, Film Editing: The Art of the Expressive
  49. 49. Man with a Movie Camera Women with her Editing Scissors
  50. 50. Cutting
  51. 51. Ab-jecting “Repelling, rejecting; repelling itself, rejecting itself. Ab-jecting.” Julia Kristeva, 1980
  52. 52. We cut/paste+bleed through binaries Art/Craft Long take/Montage On/Off screen Invisible/Visible Dull matter/Vibrant life Loop/Line Hierarchy/Flat Politics/Feelings Past/Present Present/Future Cut up/Happening Time/Space Virality/Duration Critique/Create
  53. 53. Intra-action “There is no ‘between’ as such, human and non- human organisms and machines emerge only through their mutual co-constitution.” Karen Barad
  54. 54. Domi and Noortje from Utrecht with Jesse in India, #eventanglement 3
  55. 55.
  56. 56. @vj_um_amel
  57. 57. PAM
  58. 58. A Tweet with a video about AIDS nostalgia and death@Utrecht
  59. 59. Ev-ent-anglement 3 with Basak at the Red Fort in Dehli
  60. 60. From capricorn_dragon
  61. 61. Lesbian Floats @Montreal #Affect
  62. 62. from Utrecht
  63. 63. Our object is our-self and our-selves Performing the same ideas to another audience, Summer, 2014.
  64. 64. Justice to our Fragments
  65. 65. Montreal Script in 3 acts: use #eventanglement #montreal to cut/paste+bleed Action 1: ~10 mins • Alone or in groups: Please gift to participants at the installation in Highland Park in October, three or more digital fragments that express the affect of this event in Montreal: • Ideally: 1) an object, 2) something of yourself, and 3) something of this place. • You can do this by tweeting, with a photo, with writing, or a link, or you can make or say something here, record it, and pass it along with #eventanglement. Feel free to email it to me Action 2: ~10 mins • Alone or in groups, look at or cells.eventanglement (which will soon hold what you just shared), and move something from there here by retweeting, reposting, quoting, copying, re-doing with #eventanglement and #montreal. Action 3: ~10 mins • We will end with a conversation about your feelings, limits, boundaries, interests, and criticisms after engaging in these actions. • Of course you can share these as well, now or later, byt cut/paste+bleeding on the ev-ent- anglement.

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The fourth event, Affective Encoutners, Montreal at which I ask participants to share their affect.


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