Research Track

Planetary (Technologies)))


Patricia Pisters (University of Amsterdam) and Adam Nocek (Arizona State University)


Jussi Parikka, Duncan Fairfax, Filippo Bertoni, Iris van der Tuin, Erin Espelie, Gregg Lambert, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Richard Turner, Stephen Loo, Jonathan Beller, Conny Groenewegen, Marcel O’Gorman, Betti Marenko, Siebren de Haan, Ron Broglio, Femke Herregraven, Angela Sakrison




Geomediations Collective (GMC)

Project brings together a vibrant cast of scholars and practitioners from across North America, Africa, Asia, Europe, and Australia to engage in the varied and complex entanglements of media and geological materials.

With the discourse of the “immateriality” of media thankfully fading and it becoming clearer that media have materiality (geophysical, computational, infrastructural, financial, etc.) that significantly impacts life on Earth, there is an urgent need to situate media and mediation in terms of its earthly materials and practices. The GMC engages this urgency in a variety of contexts: academic presentation, artistic experimentation, curated exhibitions, socially engaged design practice, and publication.


(Related Events)
Geomediations exhibition June 15-16, 2017 at Mediamatic, Amsterdam.
Artworks by: Conny Groenewegen, Patricia Pisters, Marcel O’Gorman, Erin Espelie

Geo-mediologies of the Screen panel at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS), Toronto, Canada

• Public Talk by Adam Nocek titled, Geomedia: On Mythic Noise and the Design of Geological Communication, for an evening at Literary Theatre Perdu, Amsterdam.

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