PANEL DISCUSSION

Feminist Climate Change: Beyond the Binary 

When it comes to equal opportunities for women, things don’t seem to have improved too much in new media and technologies of late, and that holds true for the media-art genre as well. What initiatives are in place to remedy this situation and what can/should institutions contribute to a solution? The Feminist Climate Change: Beyond the Binary Panel Discussion will face these issues.

SAT Sept. 9, 2017

3 PM – 4 PM Faces-I: “From C to X: networked feminisms”. Theory and practices related to cyberfeminism, xenofeminism and feminist critiques of technology which have taken place over the past 20 years
Virginia Barratt (AU), Alla Mitrofanova (RU), Annie Goh (UK)
Moderation: Diana McCarty (DE/US)
4 PM – 4:30 PM Emerging Voices: Building Coalitions between Intersectional Feminism and Eco-Feminism towards a Preferable Future
Christina Yglesias (US),Mary Maggic (US), Moderation: Xin Xin, voidLab (US/TW)
4:30 PM – 5 PM Feminism and the Sciences / Environmentalism
Rita Blaik (US), Mary Maggic (US), Olivia Osborne (UK), Byron Rich (US), Silvia Rigon (IT/US), Moderation: James Gimzewski (UK), E. Joteva (BG/US),
5 PM – 5:15 PM Break
5:15 PM – 6 PM Practices and Initiatives / Discussion

  • Diana Arellano, Researcher, Software Developer (PE/VE)
  • David Familian Beall Center for Art + Technology (US)
  • Ine Gevers, Curator, Writer, Activist (NL)
  • Satinder P. Gill, Researcher, University of Cambridge (UK)
  • Waltraud Grausgruber, Tricky Women (AT)
  • Beatrix Hausner, FEMtech (AT)
  • Haytham Nawar, Artist, Designer, Researcher (EG)
  • Genoveva Rückert-Sommerauer, Curator, OK Center (AT)
  • Elisabeth Schimana, IMA (AT)
  • Rosa von Suess, Jury Marianne von Willemer Price for digital Media (AT)
  • Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT)

Moderation: Victoria Vesna (US)