Upcoming Events: 2018-19

Recently Past Events

To be archived on the Presentations page when I get time!: October 13: “Sounding the Commons” @ Convening on the Commons, Queens International 2018 exhibition, Queens Museum; October 19: Johannah Sherrer Memorial Lecturer: “Local Codes: Forms of Spatial Knowledge,” Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR; November 1: “Machines, Ecologies, Operating Systems, Parasites: City as Metaphor,” “What Can You Do with the ‘Smart’ City?” Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, Canada [video]; November 3: “Encrypted Repositories: Techniques of Secret Storage from Desks to Databases,” Phyllis Lambert Seminar, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada; November 16: “Secret Storage,” at “The Poetics of Information” Symposium, NYU; November 30: Keynote: “Local Codes: Forms of Spatial Knowledge,” “Community Mapping and Civic Data” Symposium @ Price Lab / Program in Environmental Humanities, University of Pennsylvania

UPCOMING

December 7: “Encrypted Repositories,” Swarthmore College

January 11-12 2019: “The Library’s Other Intelligences” Exhibition Launch + Symposium at the new Helsinki Central Library

January 17-18, 2019: Ed Ruscha “Streets of Los Angeles” Research Project, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

January 18-19, 2019: “Urban IQ Test,” University of Toronto

February 9, 2019: Invited talk on AI in design, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

March 1-4, 2019: Infrastructure workshop, plus invited talk(s) on smart cities and Sidewalk Toronto; and on gender and infrastructure, The McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

March 9, 2019: Symposium, co-organized with the Finnish Cultural Institute of NY and the Metropolitan New York Library Council, on art and design in libraries

March 13-17, 2019: Talk on 5G infrastructural imaginaries, as part of the “Data Epistemologies” panel, with Annemarie Navar-Gill, Nick Seaver, and Gerald Sim, at SCMS, Seattle

April 12, 2019: Methods Workshop, Digital Writing and Research Lab; and Invited Talk, “The Pulse of Global Passage: Listening to Logistics,” Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin

April 26, 2019?: Library as Place Symposium, co-organized with Eric Klinenberg and Wayne Wiegand, at the Institute for Public Knowledge, NYU

Late April / Early May: Invited Annual Lecture, Department of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

May 31, 2019: I’ll lead a workshop on urban media infrastructure and participate in another event on “data materiality” at Birkbeck, University of London