Jesse Darling + Juliet Jacques @ Carroll / Fletcher, Nov 11

, 10 November 2015
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Author Juliet Jacques and artist Jesse Darling discuss digital spaces and trans* identities at a sold-out event at Carroll / Fletcher on November 11.

The event is part of a special season-long series collaboration titled Networked Culture, Digital Politics between Carroll / Fletcher and Verso Books which examines the relationship between culture and digital technology.

Jacques, author of Trans: A Memoir published by Verso this year, joins artist and writer Darling to discuss feminist thought, queer theory, non-binary and trans-identities and “their articulation in online spaces”, as well as the general artistic practices and explore both body and technology.

See the event page for details. **

Eva and Franco Mattes @ Carroll/ Fletcher, Jun 9 – Aug 27

7 June 2016

Author Juliet Jacques and artist Jesse Darling discuss digital spaces and trans* identities at a sold-out event at Carroll / Fletcher on November 11.

The event is part of a special season-long series collaboration titled Networked Culture, Digital Politics between Carroll / Fletcher and Verso Books which examines the relationship between culture and digital technology.

Jacques, author of Trans: A Memoir published by Verso this year, joins artist and writer Darling to discuss feminist thought, queer theory, non-binary and trans-identities and “their articulation in online spaces”, as well as the general artistic practices and explore both body and technology.

See the event page for details. **

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Neoliberal Lulz @ Carroll/ Fletcher, Feb 11 – April 2

8 February 2016

Author Juliet Jacques and artist Jesse Darling discuss digital spaces and trans* identities at a sold-out event at Carroll / Fletcher on November 11.

The event is part of a special season-long series collaboration titled Networked Culture, Digital Politics between Carroll / Fletcher and Verso Books which examines the relationship between culture and digital technology.

Jacques, author of Trans: A Memoir published by Verso this year, joins artist and writer Darling to discuss feminist thought, queer theory, non-binary and trans-identities and “their articulation in online spaces”, as well as the general artistic practices and explore both body and technology.

See the event page for details. **

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