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Transit-Asia Media Lab Lectures Series : Re-Siting the Documentary Workshop: Proximities and Temporalities

  • 2022-03-29
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Transit-Asia Media Lab Lectures Series
Re-Siting the Documentary Workshop: Proximities and Temporalities 

 

Moderator 

Yu-Hui Tai, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication & Technology, NYCU, ICCS Research Fellow

 

Speakers

tammy ko Robinson

Formerly faculty of the School of the Art Institute Chicago and the San Francisco Art Institute, she now serves as an Associate Professor at Hanyang University where she teaches cinema and emergent media. As an artist-researcher whose works have been shown widely, she has held senior residencies with the Asia Culture Center (South Korea), and Asia Art Archive (Hong Kong). 

 

Myoungjoon Kim

President of Mediact, South Korea, Adjunct Professor at Sungkonghoe University (Department of Journalism and Broadcasting), and current member of JinboNet.  Former affiliations include

 

Discussants

Valerie Soe, Professor, Department of Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University,

ICCS Visiting Research Fellow

Lawrence Z. Yang, Assistant Professor, Institute of Social Research and Cultural Studies, NYCU,

ICCS Research Fellow

 

Date & Time: 2022/3/30 (Wednesday), 13:30-16:30 (TAIPEI TIME, GMT+8)

Location: HC Building II Room106A, NYCU GuangFu Campus, providing online participation using ZOOM (Webinar).

Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83714175112?pwd=RkcyVGxCS1U4cnRXNGhrcDhzOEI1Zz09
code:985774

 

Language: Lecture in Mandarin (English Interpretation provided)

 

  

Agenda

13:30-13:40

Opening

13:40-15:40

Speaker’s Presentation

15:40-16:20

Wrap up Roundtables (Q&A)

16:20-16:30

Conclusion

 

 

 

Introduction

tammy ko Robinson is an artist-researcher based in Seoul. Her work explores decoloniality and the stewardship of airwaves, land, and water through videos, installations, and archive creation. She will conduct a conversation with Myoungjoon Kim, president of Mediact, about documentary film education in South Korea and reflect on nearly 30 years of documentary workshop teaching.

 

 

Further information:

tammy ko Robinson

-- https://aaa.org.hk/en/programmes/programmes/residency-tammy-ko-robinson

-- https://apjjf.org/-tammy_ko-Robinson

--https://csw.ucla.edu/event/tammy-ko-robinson-korean-adoptees-deportation-and-statelessness/

Mediact: https://www.mediact.org/web/eng/info_01.php


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