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David Carlin meets the Papa Mfumu’eto comic archive from Kinshasa, Congo

This February, David Carlin encountered the remarkable sequential art archive of the Congolese artist, Papa Mfumu’eto as an invited keynote artist and lab workshop leader at the Text Meets Image & Image Meets Text: Sequences and Assemblages, Out of Africa and Congo conference in Gainesville, Florida. The conference, organised by Nancy Hunt and Alioune Sow of the …

Vale Adrian Miles

    [Now Adrian, how do I centre the image? What tags should I use? Do I insert links? Do I need to know HTML? How is this actually going to look when I press Publish? Can I go back in and change it? This is you at our Posthumanism Fieldwork trip to Pound Bend …

Peta Murray awarded for research presentation

Peta Murray ventured into uncharted territory last week, visiting the Land of the Gerontologists to deliver a presentation on her PhD research as part of a Cutting Edge Research forum. This annual event, hosted by the AAG (VIC Division), affords an opportunity for HDRs and ECRs to showcase highlights of their research and to hone …

Robin Hemley leads memoir workshop in the Urban Writing House

The workshop, Faking It: A playful, hands-on writing workshop exploring the lines between memoir and fiction, and between authors, narrators, characters and heteronyms, followed on from Hemley’s Present Tense Lecture on December 5th. The day began with introductions and each Lab member discussing what had drawn them to the workshop. Hemley then went through some …

Applications Open for Melbourne Visiting Poets Program 2018/19

The Melbourne Visiting Poets Program is a residency-based initiative coordinated out of RMIT’s non/fictionLab research group, in partnership with Australian Poetry, Melbourne Spoken Word and Rabbit: A Journal for Nonfiction Poetry. Previous guests of the program include Amanda Stewart, Natalie Harkin, Stuart Cooke, Lionel Fogarty, Ellen van Neerven and Andy Jackson. In 2018 and 2019, the program …

Zoe Dzunko & Annabel Brady-Brown at the Urban Writing House

Zoe Dzunko and Annabel Brady-Brown were in residence at the Urban Writing House for their work with Women Writers in the City, a non/fictionLab project supported by City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants. Of the residency Dzunko and Brady-Brown say: “Our week at the RMIT Urban Writing House in October marked the first time we’d been together …

Women Writers in the City at West Space

RMIT’s non/fictionLab invites you to join us on Monday 30 October for a performance of creative work and Q&A by Zoe Dzunko and Annabel Brady-Brown. This is the sixth and final outcome of Women Writers in the City, a project supported by the City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants. Women Writers in the City at …

Women Writers in the City at Melbourne Writers Festival

Walking, reading, writing – the actions we take in public space hold specific resonances for women. At this year’s Melbourne Writers Festival, Sophie Cunningham, Rebecca Harkins-Cross and Emily Witt explore the relationships between geography and gender. This is the fourth outcome of Women Writers in the City, an experiment in mentorship run by non/fictionLab and …

Behind the Interface – Docuverse at Visible Evidence

At 9am down a weaving corridor Docuverse held our Behind the Interface: assessing technological implications in expanded documentary practices workshop at the Centro Cultural Borges in Buenos Aires. Franziska Weidle hosted the workshop where she along with Helen Gaynor, Hannah Brasier, Kim Munro, Georgia Wallace-Crabbe and Pauline Anastasiou all presented short five minute provocations about expanded documentary …

Materialism and Interactive Documentary

Adrian Miles convened a panel at the 2017 Visible Evidence Conference (Buenos Aires) asking questions about matertialism, materialist media philosophy, and interactive documentary. The panellists were Adrian Miles, Daniel Fetzner (.de), Carles Sora (.es), and Judith Aston (.uk). Feisty is one adjective that springs to mind. The protocol was 10 slides, each slide 30 seconds, …

Kat Clarke & Emily Bitto at Emerging Writers Fest

In June, Kat Clarke and Emily Bitto appeared at Lunchtime Lit: Women Writers in the City as part of the Emerging Writers Festival. In a project supported by non/fictionLab and City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants, they engaged in conversation about what it means to be a ‘woman writer’ in the City of Melbourne, read …

Mentorships and readings in the Urban Writing House

This year, the Urban Writing House has hosted events from the ‘experiment in mentorship’ Women Writers in the City, a project supported by City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants. The writers Sophie Cunningham & Rebecca Harkins Cross worked together for a day on fiction and nonfiction projects, then read from works in progress. They were …