Delegates wishing to discuss their practice-based research are welcome to present work in progress as well as completed projects.
Topics for consideration could include, but are not restricted to:
• the use and creation of archives
• oral histories
• family memories
• cultural memory and narrative
• cultural memory and documentary practice
• forgetfulness in the age of information
• home movies past and present
• the uses of nostalgia
• computer memory
• memory and identity
• amnesia and the unconscious
We would be particularly interested in receiving proposals from groups of collaborators on projects involving creative practice.
Please provide an abstract of not more than 250 words outlining the main points of your presentation. Successful submissions will be allocated a 30 minute slot in the conference programme (20 minutes plus 10 for questions). The deadline for submissions is Monday 20th April. Please send to Lizzie Thynne, email@example.com. Delegates may also wish to attend Biodigital Lives: making, consuming and archiving the lives of technoscience on Tuesday July 14th at Sussex.
Visit the University of Sussex website for more information.