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Hauntology
All things hauntological, atemporal and future past nostalgic in music, media, art and ideas
Curated by Sean Albiez
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Bluecoat: The EVP Sessions - Artinliverpool.com

Bluecoat: The EVP Sessions - Artinliverpool.com | Hauntology | Scoop.it
'The EVP Sessions takes its inspiration from Konstantin Raudive’s notorious Breakthrough experiments of the 1970s, in which he divined spirit voices from electronic white noise. Each session includes a range of new commissioned work alongside special guests – each performance resonating psychic echoes of technological ruptures and corporeal gasps, peering in at what lies beneath our circuit-boards and screens.'

Location (with MAP): Bluecoat Date/Time: Thursday 8 December 2016.
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Cheltenham Music Festival: Ritual in Transfigured Time, Ukes and Moogs

Cheltenham Music Festival: Ritual in Transfigured Time, Ukes and Moogs | Hauntology | Scoop.it
'For new music at the Cheltenham Music Festival, the key phrase yesterday was “transfigured time”.'
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Call for Articles: Promises of Monsters Conference Publication

Call for Articles: Promises of Monsters Conference Publication | Hauntology | Scoop.it
'Monsters are back, or perhaps they never went away. They haunt popular culture and social media. They lurk as images of dread and terror in politics, and figures of thought within academia. As shadows of the past they reappear as the potential biotechnological realities of today. They roam the in-between, making borders and boundaries tremble and shatter; whether these be borders of nation states or bodies, or categories of race, gender, sexuality, ability, class, self and other. In this sense, the monster embodies a promise of disturbances and change, as Donna Haraway argued in her 1992 text “The Promises of Monsters”.'
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Hauntology Symposium - National Media Museum [17th April 2013]

Hauntology Symposium - National Media Museum [17th April 2013] | Hauntology | Scoop.it

Contributions are welcome for a one-day symposium on Hauntology organised to mark 20 years since the publication of Jacques Derrida's 'Spectres of Marx'.

 

The keynote speaker is cultural theorist Mark Fisher who is editor of the 'Capitalist Realism', the K-Punk blog and author of 'Ghosts of My Life' a forthcoming book on hauntology.

 

The symposium will form part of the 19th Bradford Film Festival and will be accompanied by screenings of various films relating to hauntology.

 

The symposium will be held at the National Media Museum in Bradford on Wednesday 17 April 2013.

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