Experimental methods for ethical and critical research

I discuss inefficient mapping and it’s potential for working methodologically with the complex readings of the world held in theories identified as speculative, emergent, and feminist.

In this keynote I explore how experimental protocols can critically read place and critique methods that uphold colonial interests.

As a non-representational methodology this mapping protocol can pay attention to things not commonly recorded in research such as affects, registers, and sensations.

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The presentation links to my publication by Punctum Books, on inefficient mapping, found here: