The HumAnimaLab (HAL) will resume its activities on the theme: Mutation

Posted on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

The HumAnimaLab (HAL) will resume its activities this upcoming year with the thematic program: Mutation. It will be a pleasure to join everyone in the Social Sciences Building, room 4014, on Thursdays from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, for reading groups, documentary screenings, media workshops, and conferences.

  • Our first meeting, on September 13th, will highlight the opportunity to share and to elaborate new ideas, experiences, and interests for the research group. This meeting will also mark the launch of our new website.
  • It is on September 20ththat our reading subject, New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson. will be introduced. Joining science-fiction, storytelling, and climate change, we will aim to discuss mutations of numerous entities. 
  • We will follow with a displacement to the National Gallery of Canada, which will feature the varnishing of an exposition on anthropocene wednesday September 26th. Combining photography, video, and interactive technology, this contemporary art exposition includes the works of Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier.
  • On September 27th, our Fauna Flora Media workshops will be back. With the idea of a (re)connection, the Gatineau park filed trips and workshops will continue in the presence of our mediatised extensions. 

For a preview of the full calendar of the session, click here.

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