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Liquid Architecture presents Machine Listening: Thao Phan - Listening to misrecognition

6 December 2021 5:30pm7:00pm
This experimental presentation by feminist technoscience researcher Thao Phan brings together critical work on race and algorithmic culture with new techniques for dissecting and analysing automatic speech recognition, applied to personal and public archives drawn from Thao’s life and research on race.
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Xanthe Dobbie: Eidolon

7 December 2021 10:15am10:30am
Join artist Xanthe Dobbie for a desktop performance that merges past, present, and potential futures, and dredges the Internet, conflating fact and fiction in an act of post-truth digital myth-making.
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Daniel McKewen: Stop the ride, I don’t want to get off: our digital adolescence

7 December 2021 5:30pm6:15pm
Like that cool friend our parents warned us about, we know the Internet’s a bad influence, but we don’t want to stop hanging out. And like adolescence, if we don’t collectively get on track, our future doesn’t look so bright.

Good and Evil: The Internet, AI, Law, Ethics and Trust

23 September 2021 12:00pm
Join a panel of UQ scholars as they consider a range of ethical, legal and trust issues that affect us all.
Two people riding bicycles as part of Eugenia Lim's artwork "On Demand"

Artists in Conversation: Simon Denny, Eugenia Lim and Elisa Giardina Papa

9 September 2021 6:00pm
Join artists Simon Denny, Eugenia Lim and Elisa Giardina Papa for an online discussion about their new works featured in Don’t Be Evil as part of the exhibition series Conflict in My Outlook.

Curator's Floortalk

2 September 2021 12:00pm1:00pm
Join Curator Anna Briers as she takes you through the "Don't Be Evil" exhibition and discusses its conceptual framework through the lens of key works in the exhibition.
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Artists in Conversation: Daniel McKewen

26 August 2021 12:00pm1:00pm
Join artist Daniel McKewen for a tour of his work featured in "Don't Be Evil".

A Yarn Event

18 June 2021 9:30am4:30pm

'Respire, Respire' Performance

9 December 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
View a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

'Respire, Respire' Performance

25 November 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
View a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

'Respire, Respire' Performance

11 November 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
View a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

Software of Seagulls

4 November 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
Software of Seagulls is the solo electronic project of Chris Perren, founder and principal composer of Nonsemble, and Mr. Maps, and Music Technology Lecturer at UQ.

Artists in-conversation

29 October 2020 1:30pm2:30pm
Join Conflict in My Outlook_We Met Online artists Kate Geck, Xanthe Dobbie and Daniel McKewen as they unpack their artistic practices in relation to internet culture and networked technologies, discussing what it means to pivot mid-project due to the global pandemic. The conversation will be moderated by Curator Anna Briers.

'Respire, Respire' Performance

28 October 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
View a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

'Respire, Respire' Performance

14 October 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
Attend a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

Kieran Welch: A Missing Moon

7 October 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
Exploring the spaces in between contemporary art music, experimental electronic music and EDM, A Missing Moon is a gripping journey through genre and emotion.

Respire, Respire Performance

30 September 2020 12:30pm1:00pm
Attend a performance of Respire, Respire, part of Mel O’Callaghan’s exhibition Centre of the Centre.

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