February 17, Berlin. In conversation with Mindy Seu about her edited volume, Cyberfeminism Index, at Diffrakt Space.
March 29, London. With Anthony Downey. Neocolonial visions: AI and epistemic violence. Paul Mellon Centre for British Art. Details here.
June 18, Online/Vancouver. Keynote panel, Building globally inclusive generative AI models, at the CVPR 2023 workshop on ethical considerations in creative applications of computer vision. Details here.
September 6, New York City. A new and refreshed version of A Is For Another will be included in the next installation of Encoding Futures
The AI Anarchies Autumn School. A cultural symposium + week-long workshop including talks, performances, teaching & learning; a curatorial project undertaken in collaboration with Nora N Khan, executive director of the Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism, Los Angeles, and the Akademie der Künste Berlin/ Junge Akademie
The poetics and politics of AI metaphors. A talk at The Conference, Malmö
The Myth of Autonomy on the Good Robot Podcast by Kerry Mackereth and Eleanor Drage.
‘Beauty blooms: Abundant and generous digital futures’ with the fellows of Digital Earth, moderated by Nora N. Khan (link to Youtube). Digital Earth Talks, the Digital Earth Project.
A is for Another: A Dictionary of AI in Encoding Futures: Critical Imaginaries of AI at Oxy Arts at Occidental College, Los Angeles, California. September 16-November 19, 2021.
Rethinking data possession: Towards machine learning and a precognitive mode of Black existence. A discussion with Ramon Amaro following his presentation at the European Media Arts Festival (EMAF) Germany.
The politics and poetics of AI metaphors, in ‘Metabolic states of intelligence’ with Matteo Pasquinelli and Dmitry Paranyushkin, moderated by Özge Ersoy at the 13th Gwangju Biennale.
Mutating hazards: New threats and injustices in AI. Part of a panel discussion at CTM Festival, Berlin, with Jason Edward Lewis, Sabelo Mhlambi, moderated by Tiare Roxanne.
Extracts and exclusions with Shana Griffin and Sadie Luetmer in The Shape of a Practice at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.