Join us for a panel discussion that will address empathy and point-of-view in current social and environmental issues.
Emily Pelstring and Jenn Norton (Queen’s) will discuss their collaborative project, After the Witch of Malleghem, and the political implications of using reflexive humor in expanded animation to create alternative spaces of queer-feminist resistance that challenge normative ways of thinking about science. From Dundee, Anthony Head will present his sky animations using drones as points of light for a project with Amnesty International and Greenpeace; Anita Taylor will discuss drawing as a critical means to visualize and map interdisciplinary collaboration.
Maria Lantin will present possible ways to build empathy through VR and other technologies. MA Concordia grad student Jorge Zavagno will present his recent research on documentary ethics.
How can you participate? Join us in person or online by registering for the Zoom Meeting or watching live on YouTube.