Time: November 15, 2018 at 4pm to November 18, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Point Ephémère
Street: 200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris
Website or Map: http://www.pointephemere.org/…
Event Type: collaboraitve, event
Organized By: Nadine Wanono
Latest Activity: Mar 13
Digital Anthropologies #6
Point Éphémère, Paris, France
15-18 November 2018
Call for entries
Every day, we share our knowledge, experiences, and emotions online. These are propagated and modeled by algorithms generating standardized writing. The sixth edition of Digital Anthropologies is an event that takes the form of a collective field, in partnership with SenseLab (Montreal, Canada).
Digital Anthropologies #6 explores modalities of production and of our shared writings as well as techniques of affective reappropriation by their participants. Our event is rooted in the practice of performances that engender belief (believe in doing) and produce the indiscernibility between the real and the imaginary (make believe). We propose a collective space of research that produces a belief in which participants can emerge with a multiplicity of renewed techniques to make believe.
We take a keen interest in fabulation, which emerges from the oral tradition and questions its own affective mutations in traces and gestures of transmission that are the acts of creation and research. It allows us to go beyond the narrative and methodological dynamics that often restrict artists, researchers and participants, and explores the performative and ritual potential of our artistic practices and enquiries.
For a few days, we invite researchers and artists of all disciplines to build a collaborative event, open to the public, where each of us will be an active contributor. Your work will be the main material of workshop-events that promote wandering—breaking free from the need to present research material formally, and to live and share our processes in a new way.
Conditions of participation
Online registration form
Digital Anthropologies #6 is an event organized by les Écrans de la Liberté (the Screens of Freedom), in partnership with Senselab (Montreal, Canada) and supported by the LabEx Hastec (Laboratory of Excellence in History and Anthropology of Knowledge, Techniques and Beliefs).
Diego Gil, choreographer and doctoral researcher in Humanities at Concordia University, MontrealPascal Leclercq, président of les Écrans de la Liberté
Côme Ledesert, filmmaker and practice-led doctoral researcher in Media, Arts and Design at the University of Westminster, London
Nadine Wanono, anthropologist and filmmaker, tenure researcher at Institut des Mondes africains, CNRS
Beina Xu, filmmaker, researcher and graduate of Visual Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin.
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