BEYOND PROPRIETORIAL new narrative practices in digital humanities

new narrative practices in digital humanities
Christy Hyman and Marc Garrett 

Christy Hyman
Mapping the Great Dismal Swamp:
The Co-Articulation of Sound, Moving Images and Archival Materials

Christy Hyman uses proprietorial mapping and analytics software to construct new spatial narratives around the neglected histories of enslaved fugitives, who in the nineteenth century sought refuge in The Great Dismal Swamp of eastern North Carolina.  

Christy is currently studying for her PhD at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.

Marc Garrett
Unlocking Proprietorial Systems and Reclaiming Narrative Strategies for Artistic Practice 

Marc Garrett asks if we can build fresh, independent places, spaces and identities, in relation to our own artistic and cultural practices individually and collectively, when the dominant narratives handed down to us via neoliberal elites, are typically in favour of their markets and technologies?

Marc is co-director and co-founder with artist Ruth Catlow of the arts collective Furtherfield, and is currently studying for his PhD at Birkbeck University of London. 

Unlocking Proprietorial Systems

6.00pm Tuesday 20 March
Room C303
Central Saint Martins Kings Cross 
University of the Arts London
Granary Building
1 Granary Square
London N1C 4AA