This panel will focus on the work of three early career researchers using digital and queer methodologies to explore the affective experiences of research subjects. It considers how women use different media to connect and be visible and what kinds of queer, feminist and anti-racist criticism are possible through engagements with media. In particular, the panel looks how affects such joy, laughter and fear are produced and circulated through physical/mediated spaces, and the intimate and everyday ways in which bodies do and feel gender.
Elianne Renayd, Megan Sharp and Dr Akane Kanai
Take a moment with Chloe Mayne to focus your energy on a single object. Work as a group to transform your poem from haiku, to renga and before you know it you'll have 'found' a poem you never knew you had.
The Subbed.in Sydney Satellite returns to Novocastia 1 to showcase the crazy capers of their moonface minds. Open mic slots.