Facilitated by Snack Syndicate and the Housing for Health Incubator
When | Saturday 6 October and Sunday 7 October
Please see below for full program
Where | Level 2, Seminar Room
Infrastructural Inequalities is a two-day public program that will bring together researchers and practitioners from a diverse range of disciplinary backgrounds for collaborative dialogue and exchange around infrastructure - its forms, distributions, and potentials. A joint project between the critical art collective Snack Syndicate and the Housing for Health Incubator at the University of Sydney, the event will be organised around two key themes that intersect and overlap: ‘Living Infrastructures’ which will explore pre-invasion infrastructures, architecture and design, bureaucracy, and waste; and ‘Data Infrastructures’ which will examine prediction, data collection and curation, logistics, data mining, and surveillance. The event will ask: In what ways do infrastructures produce unequal distributions of access to the resources necessary for living? What conceptual, material, and political challenges impede more just distributions? And, how can we respond to and intervene in states of infrastructural inequality?
Infrastructural Inequalities will feature contributions from: Dean Cross, Keg De Souza, Jack Green, Gay Hawkins, Karrabing Film Collective, Kirsty Howey, Monica Monin, Michael Mossman, Lorna Munro, Anna Munster, Joseph Pugliese, Michael Richardson, Joel Sherwood-Spring, Uncle Jimmy Smith, Kynan Tan, Paul Torzillo, Marian Tubbs, Eve Vincent, and more.
Saturday 6 October
Pre-Invasion Infrastructures Walking Tour
Uncle Jimmy Smith
*Please note, this session has limited numbers.
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Welcome to Country
Introducing infrastructural inequalities
The limits of design
Keg De Souza
Vulgar Latin – Screening
Sunday 7 October
Introducing data infrastructures