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Reading Four

After a lively and spirited discussion arising from and around Braidotti’s The Posthuman the next reading is: Morton, Timothy. The Ecological Thought. Harvard: Harvard University Press, 2012. Print. [pdf | amazon] I think the writing style is an interesting contrast to previous readings, as is Morton’s willingness to use examples.

Docuverse 2017 Call for Proposals

DOCUVERSE 2017 – INTEGRATING NEW TECHNOLOGIES CALL FOR PROPOSALS After the success of their Symposium in February 2016, Docuverse will be hosting a further annual event on the 10th of February, 2017. The event will be taking place at RMIT University, in Melbourne, Australia. From their symposium in February 2016, Docuverse has grown as a …

Docuverse presents Snapshots #4

As part of their Snapshots bi-monthly forum, Docuverse presents ACMI’s Chief Experience Officer, Seb Chan, in a broad ranging discussion with Adrian Miles from RMIT’s non/fictionLab. Please join us on the 13th of October for drinks and snacks for what will be an interesting discussion. Event is free, however spaces are limited, so please RSVP via our Eventbrite.

The idoc tool design project is underway, with the first preliminary meeting with a programmer/developer happening last week. Some people have already expressed interest in collaborating on the open source, GNU licensed development of the design. Anyone else in the NFL is welcome to contact me with expressions of interest. The programmer and I are …

Spotlight 3 – Urban Writing House

non/fictionLab Spotlight showcases the creative works of Lab members in an informal, Salon-style series of events, with drinks. As creative practitioners in a university setting, we frequently talk around our creative work, or provide scholarly context, but rarely find space to celebrate the pleasures inherent in the creative work itself. Spotlight Provides an opportunity for …

Poets from Melbourne and Seoul to take place in a collaborative Poetry Writing Exchange

Melbourne-Seoul will nurture an increased cultural understanding of Australia and Korea through the medium of poetry — an art form that sweeps away cultural and linguistic barriers. Building on RMIT’s commitment to global education partnerships, the university’s non/fictionLab research group will partner with Sogang and Deakin Universities for the Melbourne-Seoul Poetry exchange. A team of …

The Near and The Far

The Near and The Far new stories from the Asia-Pacific region edited by Francesca Rendle-Short and David Carlin, published by SCRIBE — was launched at the Melbourne Writers Festival 2016. From 21 of the best writers in the Asia-Pacific region comes a collection about finding connections where you least expect them. It’s a sweltering night in Kuala Lumpur, …

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