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Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2020, January). Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud. Presented at transmediale, Berlin

Invited respondant: Exchange #2: Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud Teresa Dillon Daphne Dragona Sarah Friend Mél Hogan Ulises Ali Mejias Solveig Suess Moderated by Daphne Dragona Discussion Lecture Fri, 31.01.2020 15:30 to 17:30 Volk... Read More about Empires and Ecologies of the Cloud.

Crafting Admin, Performing Bureaucracy (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2019, October). Crafting Admin, Performing Bureaucracy. Presented at urbanize!, Berlin

What can artists do for business? How can business become a medium for artistic practice? How can crafting new modes of administration and bureaucracy enable and inform new forms of economy and commoning with the city? This workshop explores alter... Read More about Crafting Admin, Performing Bureaucracy.

In Your Aerial (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2019, October). In Your Aerial

Established in the early 2000s, Bristol Wireless is a community network with a unique history and exciting new future. Developed so as to provide free Internet services to schools and community centers across central Bristol. As commercial Internet p... Read More about In Your Aerial.

Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes (2019)
Journal Article
Dillon, T. (2019). Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes. Screen City Biennial, 2,

“The world tells a big story: living arrangements that took millions of years to put into place are being undone in the blink of an eye.”[1] In 2015, a team of biologists, zoologists and ecologists[2] published a paper that examined whether human... Read More about Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes.

The Force Majeure: Selected readings on climate change (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Dillon, T. The Force Majeure: Selected readings on climate change. [https://www.floatinguni...Doubble_Web_31-07.pdf]. Performed at Floating University, Berlin. 1 August 2019 - 10 August 2020. (Unpublished)

Invited contributor to "Climate Care, A Curriculum for Urban Practice", curated by Gilly Karjevsky & Rosario Talevi, as part of Raumlabors, Floating University. For the programme, I selected a number of readings, to perform at the daily reading cy... Read More about The Force Majeure: Selected readings on climate change.

Interspecies Urban Planning, Reimaging City Infrastructures with Slime Mould (2019)
Book Chapter
Dillon, T. (2019). Interspecies Urban Planning, Reimaging City Infrastructures with Slime Mould. . River Publishers

The slime mould Physarum polycephalum optimises its shape in a geometrically constrained space. We explore this property in order to reconsider how we could develop more inclusive, interspecies approaches to urban planning and infrastructure. Working... Read More about Interspecies Urban Planning, Reimaging City Infrastructures with Slime Mould.

NØ SCHOOL (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2019, July). NØ SCHOOL. Presented at NØ SCHOOL NEVERS, Nevers, France

Invited guest teacher and supervisor for the first, international No programme NØ SCHOOL programme. NØ SCHOOL 2019 was led by artists, academics, critical makers, hackers, designers from all over the world. NØ SCHOOL NEVERS JUNE 29TH TO JULY 11T... Read More about NØ SCHOOL.

My Square Mile, Mapping the history of Repair and Maintenance business in Bristol (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T., & Pietrangleo, C. (2019, May). My Square Mile, Mapping the history of Repair and Maintenance business in Bristol. Presented at EUGEO, Association of Geographical Societies in Europe, Galway

My Square Mile is a pilot study into the history
of repair and maintenance businesses in a square mile around Bedminster, Bristol. The project maps changes in businesses that deal with repair and maintenance from 1938 to 2018. Drawing for example... Read More about My Square Mile, Mapping the history of Repair and Maintenance business in Bristol.

Dancing with the Dog: Interspecies cadence and urban life (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2019, May). Dancing with the Dog: Interspecies cadence and urban life

Invited lecture at the Environmental Justice Research Unit, Cardiff Uni, 14th May In ‘Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene’ (2016), Donna Haraway, proposes that a humanity with a more earthly integrity, “invites the priority of... Read More about Dancing with the Dog: Interspecies cadence and urban life.

Repair Acts (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T., & Kisseih, A. (2019, May). Repair Acts. Presented at re:publica19, STATION Berlin

Join Teresa Dillon (Professor of City Futures/Bristol) and Amanortey Kisseih (Accra/Vienna) for a conversation on how artists are producing 'urgent eco-critical stories' that reimagine repair and its associated cultures. Positioned within debates on... Read More about Repair Acts.

MC/Host Polar Produce (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T., Rich, K., & Multiple Others, M. O. (2019, February). MC/Host Polar Produce. Presented at RADMIN -A festival of Administration, Bristol, UK

Feral Business Network presents: RADMIN -A festival of Administration Feb 14-16 2019, Cube Microplex, Bristol UK What can artists do for business? At a time where the legitimacy of 'business as usual' has been called spectacularly into doubt... Read More about MC/Host Polar Produce.

Repair Acts, Care, Reuse and Maintenance Culture (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T., & Kisseih, . A. (2018, December). Repair Acts, Care, Reuse and Maintenance Culture. Presented at re:publica '18, Accra, Ghana

Join Teresa Dillon (Professor of City Futures/Bristol) and Amanortey Kisseih (Accra/Vienna) for a conversation on how artists are producing 'urgent eco-critical stories' that reimagine repair and its associated cultures. Positioned within debates on... Read More about Repair Acts, Care, Reuse and Maintenance Culture.

RepairActs, Penryn, 2018 (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T., & DeSilvey, C. (2018, October). RepairActs, Penryn, 2018. Presented at RepairActs, Penryn

The final part of our 2018 workshop series focused on the craft aspects of our CECE – Critical, Essential, Craft and Economic – axes. A sites visits to Godolphin House opened the first day, with stone mason and sculptor David Paton providing an over... Read More about RepairActs, Penryn, 2018.

Making Futures Bauhaus+ (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2018, September). Making Futures Bauhaus+. Presented at 4th Istanbul Design Biennial - A School of Schools A Biennial about Design as Learning, and Learning as Design., Istanbul

Invited to contribute to Raumlabor's, Making Futures Bauhaus+, Istanbul Mobile Workshop: Engaged Education as part of the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial - A School of Schools A Biennial about Design as Learning, and Learning as Design. Making Futur... Read More about Making Futures Bauhaus+.

AHRC Design Research Showcase, London Design Festival (2018)
Exhibition / Performance
Dillon, T. AHRC Design Research Showcase, London Design Festival. [http://repairacts.net/]. 20 September 2018 - 23 September 2018. (Unpublished)

Repair Acts invited to showcase as part of AHRC Design Research Showcase, London Design Festival 2018. Repair Acts is an international and multidisciplinary network of people working on topics relating to repair, care and maintenance cultures.... Read More about AHRC Design Research Showcase, London Design Festival.

Listening around: Sonic extractions of the electromagentic spectrum (2018)
Journal Article
Dillon, T. (in press). Listening around: Sonic extractions of the electromagentic spectrum. Journal of Sonic Studies,

This paper opens with sound 0018 HF-pc lookingforwifi, taken from Martin Howse and Shintaro Miyazaki’s online archive Sonic Archaeology. The number (0018) refers to the order in the catalogue and the sound of the high frequencies (HF) that were picke... Read More about Listening around: Sonic extractions of the electromagentic spectrum.

Civic Labs for urban change Layers of planning, between civil society, politics and the economy (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2018, June). Civic Labs for urban change Layers of planning, between civil society, politics and the economy. Presented at Make City, Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin

Fundamental questions of future urban development can only be addressed when municipal administrations work alongside civic society. Civic and production labs – along with think tanks – increasingly come into play, shaping new forms and approaches to... Read More about Civic Labs for urban change Layers of planning, between civil society, politics and the economy.

After the Revolution… Who’s going to pick up the garbage on Monday morning?* (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2018, June). After the Revolution… Who’s going to pick up the garbage on Monday morning?*. Presented at Make City, Bar Kosmetiksalon Barbette, Berlin

A public conversation about repair cultures and care practices as they relate to architecture and the built environment. With Elke Krasny and Teresa Dillon, moderated by Rosario Talevi. With contemporary urban development agendas primarily driven... Read More about After the Revolution… Who’s going to pick up the garbage on Monday morning?*.


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