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Network Development Fund


  • Fulton 213 University of Sussex Falmer BN1 9RH

21 October, Wednesday, Lunch @ 1pm, 2-4pm Discussion, Fulton 213, University of Sussex

Dr Susan Schuppli (Centre for Forensic Architecture, Visual Cultures Department, Goldsmiths University)

Lawrence Liang (Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore, India)

The CHASE Network Development fund for Practice-Led Research welcomes you to the launch event for The Centre for Material Digital Culture 2015-16, at the University of Sussex. Doctoral researchers are encouraged to consider visual and other practical approaches to their research; practice-led researchers are invited to consider ways of extending their methods in new directions. The network will be a forum for exploring further initiatives such as collaborative funding bids, training and development proposals and other initiatives.

This session brings together researchers whose Practices and research in visual and digital media engage with legal, governmental and other institutional frameworks. We look at media tactics and obstacles encountered in the process of practice-led research. What are the cultural practices of Law and how might Visual Practices intervene in writing practices?

Chaired by Dr Emile Devereaux (Centre for Material Digital Culture, School of Media, Film & Music, University of Sussex)

Dr Susan Schuppli, Centre for Research Architecture, Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, is a creative practitioner, curator, and scholarly writer whose research focuses on the evidential dimensions of media materials emerging out of sites of political violence and conflict. Of particular interest are projects that examine architectures of media in recognition of the increasing significance that media plays in our access to and analysis of spaces of political conflict. From the micro-scale of buildings and infrastructure to the macro-scale of borders and global flows, space is understood as an elastic medium constantly reshaped by political and mediatic forces. Her book publication, Material Witness, is forthcoming with MIT Press.

Lawrence Liang, Co-founder of the Alternative Law Forum in Bangalore, India, is a lawyer and scholar whose key areas of interest are sexuality and gender law, media law, popular culture and piracy.