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Presenters: Emily Pothast is a multimedia artist, musician, writer and curator based in Seattle.
She is half of the installation/performance duo Hair & Space Museum, co-founder of Translinguistic Other Records and frontwoman of the band Midday Veil. 1991, Santo Domingo) is a poet and artist from the Bronx, currently living and making in a garage in Southeast Portland.
How does art and the internet perpetuate the gravely unequal compensation standards across workers of different races, genders, classes, and abilities?
Presenters: James Coupe, an artist who works with installation, video, internet and public art, exploring themes of surveillance, privacy, and most recently, crowdworking.
You might already have plenty of friends in your social network, but how would you like to meet new teens just like you from all different parts of the world?
If you want to expand your horizons and have fun making new friends, then our teen chat room is the perfect place for you.
is an in-person forum about how the internet has changed art, with a specific topic each time.
Presenters: Professor Matthew Sparke, scholar in digital geography, in conversation with Tabita Rezaire's film Afro Cyber Resistance about global internet access’s effect on cultural production; Professor Caroline Simpson, scholar in politics of visual culture, with a focus on race and gender.
Live and recorded guests include members of Electronic Disturbance Theatre, Digital Activism Research Project, and Portland Immersive Media Group.
Watch a recording of this segment here (courtesy of Seattle Channel.) October 29th, 2016 - Ownership and Property (Facebook) What is the relationship between the access to and control of material and immaterial resources?
We offer teens of any age an online portal for chatting with old friends and discovering new ones from around the world.
Connect via text, audio or video chat in public or private chat environments, or read free articles about various topics designed only for teens.
To launch a chat room, enter the following command into the IM text field as you would when sending any regular IM: /make Chat Title Optional Password In your chat room title and password, please remember not to use spaces. Passwords are case-sensitive, so enter the optional password exactly as you would like it to by typed for entry into the chat room.