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Public Discussion: Networks (cells & silos)

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Wednesday 16 March, 2011
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Nikos Papastergiadis, Nicholas Mangan, Philip Chubb, Ann Nicholson and Geraldine Barlow.

How do networks in journalism, independent media, science and artistic practice contribute to public knowledge and interaction?
 
How might we connect and transform the multiple personal small worlds in which we live, with our shared larger world?
 
Join us for a panel discussion exploring these questions and others raised by the exhibition NETWORKS (cells & silos).
 
Nikos Papastergiadis is Professor at the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. He has focused on cultural theory and artistic practice in relation to place, migration and globalisation. His publications have included Modernity as Exile (Manchester University Press, 1993), Dialogues in the Diaspora (Rivers Oram Press, 1998), and The Turbulence of Migration (Polity Press, 2000).
 
Philip Chubb is an award winning journalist who has held leadership positions in print, television and online media. Previously the Melbourne Editor of The National Times, leader writer of The Age and deputy editor of Time Australia his television roles have included that of Executive Producer of The 7.30 Report (Victoria) and National Editor of The 7.30 Report. Phillip Chubb is currently Associate Professor and Deputy Head of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies at Monash University.

Ann E. Nicholson is an Associate Professor at Monash University who specialises in Bayesian network modelling. She is an expert in dynamic Bayesian networks, planning under uncertainty, user modelling, Bayesian inference methods, and knowledge engineering with Bayesian networks.
 
Nicholas Mangan is an artist whose work considers the histories of places and things, and the circulation of their subsequent ideas and traces in the world through trade, construction and consumption. Recent exhibitions have included: Nauru, Notes from a Cretaceous World, Sutton Gallery 2010; the 2010 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Before & After Science, AGSA, 2010; Stick It! Collage in Australia Art, NGV 2010; Balnaves Sculpture Exhibition, AGNW 2006; and Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2004.
 
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This panel discussion was presented in association with the MUMA exhibition Networks (cells & silos).

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