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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.

More than Horrible Histories: Engaging the public with criminal justice past and present (2019)
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(2019, November). More than Horrible Histories: Engaging the public with criminal justice past and present. Paper presented at Twelfth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, Muntref, Museum of Immigration, Buenos Aires, Argentina

In 2018 Dorset Shire Hall, an eighteenth-century courthouse, opened as a museum dedicated to the development of the criminal law, and as a centre for public engagement with notions of justice and injustice, past and present. As an academic historian,... Read More about More than Horrible Histories: Engaging the public with criminal justice past and present.

Crafting Admin, Performing Bureaucracy (2019)
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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.

MC/Host Polar Produce (2019)
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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)
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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.

3D printed auxetics (2018)
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Walters, P. (2018, October). 3D printed auxetics. Presented at 4th VIPER School: Composite structures and auxetic systems

The term 3D printing refers to the fabrication of physical objects directly from 3D computer aided design data. Also known as additive layer manufacturing and rapid prototyping, 3D printing generally works by solidifying, fusing or depositing materia... Read More about 3D printed auxetics.

Making Futures Bauhaus+ (2018)
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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+.

A 3D hybrid auxetic lattice/foam for energy dissipation and posture comfort (2018)
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Fieldhouse, R., Worman, H., Phillips, J., Pugsley, O., Murphy, G., Miller, J., …Davies-Smith, A. (2018, September). A 3D hybrid auxetic lattice/foam for energy dissipation and posture comfort. Paper presented at 9th International Conference and 14th International Workshop on Auxetics and Related Systems with “Negative” Characteristics

The work describes the development of an hybrid three-dimensional composite made of a 3D auxetic lattice configuration and a layer of auxetic open cell PU foam for applications, ranging from general energy absorption/packaging to posture comfort and... Read More about A 3D hybrid auxetic lattice/foam for energy dissipation and posture comfort.

Civic Labs for urban change Layers of planning, between civil society, politics and the economy (2018)
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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)
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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?*.

Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Agusita, E. (2018, May). Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication. Presented at Data Justice 2018

Amid rapidly tightening immigration control by powerful nation states, migrants are increasingly subject to data discrimination, not least through processes of border management that exact individuals’ information for the purpose of social sorting an... Read More about Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication.

Screening Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival and discussion with artists Matana Roberts and Kelly Jayne Jones (2018)
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Dillon, T. (2018, May). Screening Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival and discussion with artists Matana Roberts and Kelly Jayne Jones

Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival + discussion with Matana Roberts, Kelly Jayne Jones and Teresa Dillon Directed by Fabrizio Terranova / 2016 / 90 mins / In English / Digital / Cert 18 (TBA) - Thu 3 May 2018 // 20:00 Screen... Read More about Screening Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival and discussion with artists Matana Roberts and Kelly Jayne Jones.

Repair Cultures (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2018, March). Repair Cultures. Presented at Refrag, Paris

Refrag #4 Cradle-to-Grave is a symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology. Using the life-cycle assessment as the structure for the fourth edition of the refrag festival, we are creating a space for debates and exchan... Read More about Repair Cultures.

Repair Acts, Bristol (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dillon, T. (2018, March). Repair Acts, Bristol. Presented at Repair Acts, Bristol

This workshop brought together practitioners from a variety of fields to discuss critical forms of repair. Part of an interlinked series of workshops titled CECE – Critical, Essential, Craft and Economic our guest speakers included the artist Linda B... Read More about Repair Acts, Bristol.

The medium is the marketplace: Fictional-brand fandom and reverse product placement (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Solomons, G. (2017, November). The medium is the marketplace: Fictional-brand fandom and reverse product placement. Presented at 3rd International Conference on Semiotics and Visual Communication: Branded. The Semiotics of Branding in Culture and Context

While product displacement, shop-dropping and murketing are all methods used to skewer or criticize our heavily branded world, fictional branding is often used in an effort to re-inforce the connection between the fan and the movie world created, dem... Read More about The medium is the marketplace: Fictional-brand fandom and reverse product placement.

Working the break point: Maintenance, repair and failure in art (2017)
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Dillon, T. (2017, October). Working the break point: Maintenance, repair and failure in art. Presented at Screen City Biennial, Stavanger, Norway

Aesthetics of Repair (Migratory Art) Invited Panel at Screen City Bienalle Migrating Stories, Stavanger 12-31 Oct, 2017 Stavanger, Norway From cultures to aesthetics of repair: departing from the notion of cultures of repair (Peter Weibel, Glo... Read More about Working the break point: Maintenance, repair and failure in art.

Listening to the user's voice: Designing a museum application for children with autism (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Magkafa, D., & Newbutt, N. (2017, June). Listening to the user's voice: Designing a museum application for children with autism. Poster presented at Innovative Technologies for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ITASD)

This study seeks to understand the design requirements reported by two autistic groups by co-designing an ‘app’ with the aim of delivering a meaningful museum experience. The objective of engaging an autistic group in the co-design is due to a lack o... Read More about Listening to the user's voice: Designing a museum application for children with autism.

Automatic society: Stiegler on stupidity, spirals and the end (of theory) (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Crogan, P. (2017, February). Automatic society: Stiegler on stupidity, spirals and the end (of theory). Presented at Centre for Film, Media, Discourse and Culture,University of Wolverhampton Seminar Series

This talk will discuss philosopher Bernard Stiegler’s efforts to promote a critical encounter with key tendencies readily apparent in contemporary globalised digital technocultural development: a spiralling stupidity, a corresponding loss of the capa... Read More about Automatic society: Stiegler on stupidity, spirals and the end (of theory).

Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Cook, J., Mor, Y., Santos, P., Treasure-Jones, T., Elferink, R., & Kerr, M. (2016, June). Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning. Paper presented at EdMedia 2016

This paper proposes a methodology which attempts to address the barriers to the development of successful educational design research through a process which identifies gaps in current practices and devises innovations to target them. Educational des... Read More about Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning.