Fall 2021

Mimi Onuoha at McGill, part of Feminist and Accessible Publishing/Communications Technologies Series

Event

Wilson Hall Room 118, 3506 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2A7, CA

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1053731488170637/

Mimi Onuoha will speak about her work on missing data sets. She will discuss the role of her artistic practice when thinking about tech and data sets. Her work challenges us to consider how metrified societies require the fluid, organic, messiness of people to be secured, tagged, categorized, and abstracted.

Mimi Onuoha is a Nigerian-American, Brooklyn-based new media artist and researcher whose work deals with the missing and obscured remnants forged from a society based on automation. Through layerings of code, text, interventions, and objects, she seeks to explore the ways in which people are abstracted, represented, and classified.
http://mimionuoha.com/about

This event is part of the Feminist and Accessible Publishing and Communications Technologies Speaker and Workshop Series (https://www.feministandaccessiblepublishingandtechnology.com). This series was made possible thanks to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies of McGill, MILA, the Dean of Arts Development Fund of McGill, Media @McGill, McGill's Department of History and Classical Studies, the William Dawson Fund, RéQEF, the Moving Image Research Laboratory, Element AI, and L'Euguélionne: Montreal's Feminist Bookstore.

There is no fee required to attend this event. Notes on accessibility will be announced closer to the event.

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