The Continuities of Cold War Systems: A Symposium. Institute for Modern & Contemporary Culture, University of Westminster. Thursday 27th February 2014, 9am-6pm. From the late 1940s through the 1980s systems analysis, cybernetics, and information theory came to shape military, business, government and academic thinking on a wide array of subjects.
The InSOTEC Seminar on 'Rethinking what is Social and What is Technical in (Long term) Radioactive Waste Management' took place in Berlin, 12-13 November 2013. The first day included sessions on reversibility and retrievability, siting, demonstrating safety and technology transfer, as well as our panel on 'Visualising radioactive waste management as a socio-technical challenge' with myself, Ele Carpenter, and artists Lise Autogena and Cecile Massart.
The Arts Catalyst presents: A day symposium of quests for sensory perceptions of deep time through atomic materials and nuclear culture. Celebrating 20 years of The Arts Catalyst; drawing from the Arts Catalyst Atomic exhibition (1998), and looking to future nuclear archives. Curated by Ele Carpenter with The Arts Catalyst.
The OECD/NEA is pleased to announce: Constructing Memory (Construire la mémoire). An International Conference and Debate on the Preservation of Records, Knowledge and Memory of Radioactive Waste across Generations. Centre Mondial de la Paix, Verdun, France, 15-17 September 2014.
The Nuclear Culture Reading Group meets fortnightly at Goldsmiths College to discuss key texts, artworks and exhibitions investigating different aspects of nuclear culture including the textual, visual and uncanny.