Making Just Futures Irresistible
Wednesday, Sep 11
12 - 1 p.m.
Computing Commons 120, ASU Tempe campus
What we can learn from our ancestors, speculative fiction, and each other? And how can interactive media and games help us to sustain, heal, and liberate our communities and our movements? Alexandrina Agloro will share her work on how participatory design and community-based methodologies can contribute to the ways we think about organizing and implementing activism using interactive media as a decolonial tool. In a nonlinear exploration through Agloro’s various research projects, join us for rigorous whimsy that touches pleasure activism, migration, reproductive justice, and the multiverse of feminist technologies.
Alexandrina Agloro is a media artist, community-based researcher, and doula who believes in the possibilities of the decolonial imaginary using ancestral technologies as liberatory tools. She is an Assistant Professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at ASU, a Director of Situated Critical Race and Media (SCRAM), and is the Futurist for the Latinx Pacific Archive. See more about her work at: http://agloro.org