4S/EASST Making and Doing award winners!

4S/EASST online Prague – Making and Doing Exhibition For the 2020 4S/EASST conference, as part of ‘virPrague 20: Experiments in Collaboration and Critical Participation’, the TopEndSTS collective submitted an entry called ‘Making and Doing TopEndSTS – on country … and online? Visit the site at   Making and Doing TopEndSTS – on country… and…
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Darwin Redux: Discussing Darwin’s discomforting presents and possible futures with Tess Lea

This daydreaming, Tess argued, camouflages the true nature of this town even from itself and we should recognise it for what it really is – a cleverly camouflaged garrison town and Australia’s most militarised city.

Batchelor writing retreat

18-21 July 2019 Cathy Bow, Jen Macdonald, Emma Schuberg, Leonie Norrington, Michaela Spencer, Andreas Warneke, Simon West Seven members of the TopEndSTS group traveled to Batchelor to participate in a writing retreat from 18-21 July, 2019. With the generous support of the Northern Institute, we booked a delightful AirBnB house with lots of space to…
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Darwin Redux – Tess Lea

DARWIN REDUX From boom to bust to …? A conversation with Tess Lea Saturday 31 August 20195:00-6:30PMLucky Bat Cafe and Pizzeria3/7 Pavonia Place, Nightcliff Tickets are $10 each (includes a drink and canapes)  – book here Tess Lea’s book, Darwin, first published in 2014, is to be re-issued as a paperback. She has an opportunity…
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Feral Atlas – Jennifer Deger

Feral Atlas: The More-than-Human Anthropocene Tuesday 25 June, 3.30-4.30pmCDU Northern Institute, Savannah Room, Yellow 1.2.48 ABSTRACT:Feral Atlas is an interactive, web-based experiment in environmental storytelling. Conceived and curated by Anna Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman-Saxana and Feifei Zhou, Feral Atlas combines art, science and humanities perspectives to reveal the un-designed effects of human infrastructure projects. At the heart of…
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