Care as Digital Authorship: Negotiation, Performance, Presentation

Care as Digital Authorship: Negotiation, Performance, Presentation

March 26, 2024

Dr. Martina Leeker

University of Cologne  

Dr. Konstanze Schütze

University of Education Karlsruhe  

Dr. Daisy Tam

Hong Kong Baptist University

Care as Digital Authorship: Negotiation, Performance, Presentation

Time: Tuesday 26 March 2024, 5:00-6:30 pm (HK time)

Place: The C-Centre, NAH 313 Humanities Building, CUHK

Format: Hybrid-for registered online attendees the ZOOM link will be sent via email 24 hours prior to the event

Please register via this link: https://forms.office.com/r/K8q0QmEKq6 by 12:00nn, Thursday, 21 March 2024

About the Presentation

In the digital age, how can we understand Care as a function of authorship? Why must we explore Care as a system instead of an afterthought or a reaction to online harms? Is it possible to create a vocabulary of Care that considers both the digital as well as the human bodies we inhabit? Join Dr. Nishant Shah, director, Digital Narratives Studio, and members of the first AuthEx Fellowship 2024, Dr. Martina Leeker, Dr. Daisy Tam and Dr. Konstanze Schütze, as they present their findings and observations after a week-long collaboration into studying Digital Caremaking.

About the Speaker

Dr. Martina Leeker: With a background in theatre studies, media studies, theatre practice, and performance, her research interests include performance and media, art and technology, systems engineering, infrastructures, and methods and critique in digital cultures.

Dr. Konstanze Schütze: As a curator and an art educator, she works and researches in art mediation, media education, and media theory. Between university, school, museum, and science, she shapes inter-institutional approaches to an integrative critical pedagogical practice.

Dr. Daisy Tam: As a 2018 Fulbright-RGC Senior awardee, she teaches and researches urban food systems and practices particular focus on food security in Hong Kong. Her research is at the intersection of technology and care practices in food surplus, waste reduction, and urban development in the face of climate change


🕙 Tuesday 26 March 2024, 5-6:30 pm (HK time) 📍 The C-Centre, NAH 313 Humanities Building, CUHK