Possession & Automation
Possession & Automation is a collaborative research project led by Nicholas Ridout and Orlagh Woods, in collaboration with Dhanveer Singh Brar, Joe Kelleher and Fiona Templeton. It has since expanded to include a range of other artists, writers and academics.*
We are exploring automation and possession as two ways of thinking about what happens to human subjects who act in ways that they do not themselves fully control.
How can making and thinking about artistic practice contribute to thinking about and through these ideas collectively.
Automation & Cultural Production
Friday 17th July 2020
Possession & Performance
Friday 24th July 2020
Possession & Subjectivity
Friday 31st July 2020
This project is supported by:
Collaborations Fund of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
The Centre for Public Engagement, QMUL
Strategic Research Initiative, School of English and Drama, QMUL
In partnership with Fierce Festival, performingborders and Transform Festival
* Simon Vincenzi was a vital collaborator in the initial development of this project.