2019 / June / Amsterdam University / During the DMI2019 we opened our research question “Why are the authors of the books we read so white, so male so eurocentric?” to new contexts which led to exploring visualisation tools and other platforms and datasets.
2020 / 4 Nov / Presentation of the Feminist Search Tools project, and a special panel about marginalized voices in queer and trans archives curated by Wigbertson Julian Isenia (co-founder Black Queer & Trans Resistance).
FST working group co-initiating a number of meet-ups with practitoners from various backgrounds to discuss important stages of the feminist search tools research.
with Hackers & Designers and Read-in at Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam, OBA Oosterdok (central) Maakplaats 021
2017 / 7 September – 15 October/ Haunted Bookshelves_In Circulation / Read-in at Hauntopia/What if? / Exhibition and Conference at Research Pavillon Venice / PhD-in-practice Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
2017 / Saturday 24 June / Forum / Utrecht University Uithof / Read-in at Zero Footprint Campus / Forum at Geneveplein, Utrecht
2017 – ongoing / Digital interface that invites users to explore different ways of engaging with the records of the Utrecht University Library/
2017-on going/ choreographies of memorizing / built on Bookshelf Research
2017 / 1-25 June/ Why are the authors of the books I read so white, so male, so Eurocentric? / Read-in at Zero Footprint Campus, Utrecht.
2016 / 26 April / Read-in contribution to Radio Kunci at ifa gallery Berlin / How can numpang create a situation for study? What kind of values are being exchanged in this interaction? How to contextualize the history of numpang in contemporary artistic context? How to unlearn numpang? Nuraini Juliastuti (KUNCI) in conversation with Read-in […]