Kite and Corey Stover in Conversation

In this performance for the Remai Modern, Suzanne Kite and Corey Stover will speak as cousins do: for some time, about life, death and uranium.  This online talk is free to attend. Everyone is invited to join through the webinar platform, Zoom, on Friday, July 9 at 7 PM CST (7 PM MDT, 9 PM EDT). To register for the event, please visit Remai Modern's website here


Learn more about An apology, a pill, a ritual, a resistance, which features Kite's work on the exhibition page.

AFP Symposium_Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road) – A Dialogue About Making Art in a Good Way

Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road) – A Dialogue About Making Art in a Good Way

Oglála Lakȟóta artist Kite hosts a conversation as a moment for reflection with artistic and research collaborators on her year-long VLC-supported project Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road). This exchange involves Indigenous and non-Indigenous thinkers, artists, and the general public in exploring notions of ethics, protocols, and artificial intelligence. As does Kite’s project, the panel engages with questions of how respect and reciprocity with the nonhuman, such as in Lakȟóta ontology, can inform art and world-making in a “Good Way.” This panel is presented as part of the two-day symposium As for Protocols—To Hold Things Together

Suzanne Kite, Oglála Lakȟóta artist; 
Scott Benesiinaabandan, Anishinaabe artist; 
Clementine Bourdeaux, Sičáŋǧu Oglála Lakóta Doctoral Candidate in the World Arts and Cultures Department, UCLA; 
Jason Edward Lewis, Hawaiian and Samoan digital media theorist; University Research Chair, Concordia University, Montreal




Virtual Panel Series hosted by the Alberta University of the Arts (Calgary, Canada)
Every second Friday beginning September 17th, 2021.

As part of the Illingworth Kerr Gallery's upcoming exhibition Contingent Systems: Art and/as Algorithmic Critique, there is currently a call for papers for a virtual exhibition series that will form part of the public programming. For more information please access their website here.


Topics that are of particular interest include, but are not limited to, intersections between creative practice and:
-Practices of datafication and algorithmic extraction
-Algorithmic labour
-Domesticated algorithms
-Embodied experiences and expressions of the algorithm
-Machine learning
-Artificial intelligences
-Environmental impact of algorithmic technologies
-Methods of resistance

Conducted virtually, panels will comprise three 15 minute presentations followed by a moderated discussion amongst panellists. The series coincides with an international group exhibition at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery. Participants will have the option to contribute to an edited volume.

Please submit abstracts (350-500 words) and a short bio (150 words) to:

Deadline: July 6th, 2021

Unheard Records Panel Talk

July 24th, 2021
9am CST

Stay Tuned for more details on the upcoming Unheard Records Panel happening on July 24th at 9am CST. The event will be streamed. For more details visit the Unheard Records website here
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