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Conference by Bates, Tarsh and Zurr, Ionat

Quite Frankly: It’s a Monster Conference

Co-convenor of international conference that explored the legacy of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” 200 since its publication.

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Lecture by Bates, Tarsh

The Unsettling Eros of Contact Zones: Queering evolution in the CandidaHomo ecology

Public Lecture

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Exhibit by Bates, Tarsh and Ward, Devon; Szymanski, Erika

DiSCARD (Death in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Related Dilemmas

Artwork: digital printed playing cards, 4,800 cards in deck. This project playfully explores the inefficiency of current synthetic biology. . .

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Exhibit by Bates, Tarsh and Catts, Oron; Zurr, Ionat

Crossing Kingdoms work-in-progress

Following a residency at the UK Centre for Mammalian Synthetic Biology at the University of Edinburgh, Oron and Ionat, joined by Tarsh. . .

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Citizen Humanities

Exhibit by Bates, Tarsh (curator)

This Mess We’re In

“This Mess We’re In” is an art exhibition that entangles queer feminist ecologies with Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s seminal exploration of. . .

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic

Residency by Bates, Tarsh

Research Residency

residency to initiate synthetic biology research

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic

online discussion group moderator by Bates, Tarsh

This Mess We’re In

moderator of month discussion about the exhibition and theme “This Mess We’re In”. ‐empyre‐ provided the artists and writers associated with. . .

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Board member by Bates, Tarsh

-empyre- discussion group

The -empyre- list-serve has been active since 2002 and is the longest running list-serve that dedicates itself to new media art and theory.

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

PhD Thesis by Ballantyne, AG

Exploring the role of visualization in climate change communication – an audience perspective

Weather & Climate Change Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

keynote by Lövbrand, Eva

Interrogating the Conceptual Foundations of Earth System Governance

Earth System Governance: Democracy and Resilience in the Anthropocene

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic