[csaa-forum] FW: Thinking against universal cultures of affect & emotion: seminar by Dr Tolia-Kelly

Fazakerley, Ruth - FAZRY001 Ruth.Fazakerley at postgrads.unisa.edu.au
Wed Oct 3 11:15:28 CST 2007

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Ruth.Fazakerley at postgrads.unisa.edu.au

The Cultures of the Body research group & the SASA Gallery (SA School of Art, University of South Australia) present a public seminar by Dr. Divya Tolia-Kelly (Geography, University of Durham)
Thinking Against Universal Cultures of Affect and Emotion

This paper explores the value of using theories of emotional /affectual geographies in the practice of research on landscape and race, specifically in relation to a set of paintings and research materials produced in the Nurturing Ecologies research project.  

date: Friday, October 12, 2:00-3:30pm
venue: H6-12, Hawke building, City West campus, UniSA
rsvp: Jodie.George at unisa.edu.au

Other associated events with Dr Tolia-Kelly include:

Postgraduate workshop: Visual Methodologies in Current Geographical Research

Visual methods have long been used by those wanting to engage with the 'experiences' of those marginalised voices within society.  This paper explores the use of Participatory Art, which enables the research to be engaged ethically, plurally, creatively and inclusively towards the development of theory, policy and practice.

date: wednesday, october 10, 9-12pm
venue: K3-25, 3rd level Kaurna building, SA School of Art, City West campus, UniSA
rsvp: Karen.Hewitt at unisa.edu.au 

spill: exhibition, opening and gallery floortalk

spill is an installation-based exhibition developed by Ruth Fazakerley & Agnieszka Golda. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue that includes essays by Dr Tolia-Kelly & Ruth Fazakerley.

spill - gallery floortalk, wednesday, october 10, 5pm
spill - exhibition opening, wednesday, october 10, 6pm
venue: SASA Gallery, Kaurna building, Fenn place, City West campus, UniSA
contact: Mary.Knights at unisa.edu.au

Dr. Divya Tolia-Kelly is the convenor of Durham University's 'Lived and Material Cultures'  research cluster which brings together work on: national identity, ethnicity and belonging; and the practices of everyday life. Her current research also focuses on visual and material cultures, race memory and postcolonial relationships with landscape. Dr. Tolia-Kelly is the SASA Gallery's External Scholar associated with the research based exhibition Spill.

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