POSTPONED to Jan. 12: Skye Papers Panoptic: An Audio Visual Anti-Lecture
Where: Kaplan Hall 193
This event has been postponed to January 12, 2023 at 4:00pm. See new event listing here.
Explore the connections between surveillance culture, memory, and narrative, using samples from Jamika Ajalon’s book Skye Papers, digital audio visual projection, spoken text and live sonics.
Interdisciplinary/multimedia artist, poet, performer, and author Jamika Ajalon‘s debut novel Skye Papers came out last summer to critical reviews. Her fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals including, Lit Hub, Speculative City, and the groundbreaking collection We the Travel Space Ways: Black imagination, Fragments and Diffractions. Most recently, her experimental sonic poetry ep: “FUGITIVE” (TBA 2022) based on poetry book Take Back The Narrative and ALCHEMY OF CUTS was a part of the Witches Expo at the CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS 20-22. Her latest album REBOOTED (jamika & the argonauts) is now available for public consumption. She currently resides between London and Paris.
This event is co-sponsored by UCLA Department of History.