A 3-day conference on art, science and technology, with 22 presentations by renowned scholars and artists exploring and defining the borders and relationships beyond human geography. Networks that are sites of research and practices embedded in a larger context are often cross-connected with social movements of locally and globally networked societies. We had the ability to use the affordances of the body to explore post-modernity’s alternative geographies. The Conference was about mapping this new terrain for research.

Contact person: Dr. Tricia Flanagan, Assistant Professor (link: