“Aesthetics of brutality: Images and events after 9/11”, a symposium in Bihać, Bosnia-Herzegovina


Presenting a paper (Low Resolution: “Aesthetics of truth” and documentary art since 9/11) at a one-day symposium March 25, 2016 in Bihać, northwest Bosnia-Herzegovina. This event is organized by Irfan Hošić (University of Bihać) and Gradska Galerija Bihać. Speakers include Krešimir Purgar (Center for Visual Studies, Zagreb) , Sven Cvek (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb), Marko Stamenković, Šefik Tatlić and yours truly. Read more

Talk at i-Docs 2016, Mar 2-4, 2016 (Bristol, UK)


Just returned from Bristol where I gave a talk at this year’s  i-Docs symposium. Overall, three fantastic days packed with ideas, considerations and practical examples of what the future of documentary might look like. Truly a top-notch event when it comes to emerging documentary practices. And, most importantly, it never fails to be both fun and engaging. It was great to run into old friends and meet some new ones. Read more

Upcoming talk at Stanford Humanities Center, California


Looking forward to my talk at the Stanford Humanities Center in California on May 24th, 2012. A part of the research workshop series titled Visualizing Complexity and Uncertainty: Exploring Humanistic Approaches to Graphical Representation, this talk will primarily be a critical reflection on the tools and methods used to produce interactive/database-driven documentaries. Attendance free and open to Stanford University students, faculty and staff.

Presentation at Expanding the Documentary conference, Purchase SUNY

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I’m giving a presentation at Expanding the Documentary, panel on interactive and multimedia documentaries with Carmen Oquendo Villar, Millie Chen, Samara Smith, Angel Navarez and Valerie Tevere. This conference examines the emerging forms of interactive, environmental, and database art that document socio-political, cultural, and natural phenomena that were once the purview of the film and video documentary. Keynotes by Steve Dietz and Mark Shepard. October 14th, 2011 at SUNY Purchase College, NY