CAA 2023

Future Space, Trade and Capitalism in Digital Cities

February 16 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM New York Hilton Midtown, in Gramercy West.

A panel featuring McKenzie Wark (New School), Michael Hardt (Duke), and Carlos Oliva Mendoza (UNAM), moderated by Derek G. Larson (Purdue)

NMC Member Showcase (Virtual)

Thursday, February 16, 2023, from 8:00-9:30 pm EST

Participant List

Liat Berdugo – Associate Professor, Art + Architecture, University of San Francisco

Instagram: @whatliat / Twitter: @whatliat / Facebook: @whatliat

Sena Clara Creston – Assistant Professor of Art, Department of Art and Art History, Sonoma State University

Instagram: @sena_clara_creston

Linh Dao – Assistant Professor, Department of Art & Design, California Polytechnic State University

Inbar Hagai – MFA 24’CMU Graduate Student

Instagram: @inbarhagai

Jonah King – Part-time Professor, Communications Design Department,  Time & Movement, Foundation Department, Pratt Institute

Instagram: @kingjonahking

Amelia Marzec Adjunct Assistant Professor at Hunter College in Film and Media, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens College in Design, Visiting Instructor at Pratt Institute in Digital Arts

Instagram: @ameliapractice / Twitter: @ameliapractice / Facebook: @ameliapractice

Jill Miller – Assistant Professor, Department of Art Practice and Berkeley Center for New Media, University of California, Berkeley

Instagram: @jill_s_miller

Solarpunk Surf Club

Instagram: @solarpunksurfclub / Twitter: @solarpunkclub

Tansy Xiao – Independent artist, and researcher

Ricardo Miranda Zuniga – Associate Professor of Media Studies, Hunter College CUNY

New Rules: New Media Artists in Conversation” Kickoff Podcast event

February 17 @ 7:30 – 9:00 pm

Live podcast recording event moderated by Lee Tusman and featuring artists KT Duffy, Rashin Fahandej, Sue Huang, and Chelsea Thompto. An informal dinner will follow. This event is free and open to the public and is located in Queens. Please RSVP by February 11 through Eventbrite for the address. We can’t wait to see you!

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts