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Computer Mouse Conference

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Through lectures, performances and discussions, conference participants explore the question: what does the computer mouse see?

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The Computer Mouse Conference 2021 will take place on a web page. Through lectures, video performances, live panel discussions, writing, a live zine, and a computer mouse tear-down workshop participants will explore the question: what does the mouse see?

April 29 & 30

5pm EDT / 2pm PDT

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Presented by CultureHub

Organized and moderated by Emma Rae Bruml & Ashley Jane Lewis

With support from The Processing Foundation, The Media Archaeology Lab, and The Coding Train

All tickets are general admission but you have the option to donate more than $5 if would like to further support the conference! All ticket sales directly support CultureHub and the conference participants.

Workshop :

Computer Mouse Teardown with Ed Bear

ADNS2620, B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J, HT82M99E, C57BL/6J, SPCP168A, hu-CD34

ADNS2620, HT82M99E, and SPCP168A are given family names for integrated circuits commonly found inside optical mice. The remaining barely legible strings, B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J, C57BL/6J, and hu-CD34 are the given names for families of living, breathing, singing (mostly) mouse research models. Both silicon and labrat are worlds thinly sliced by taxonomists into defensively technical, enclosed, and obscure human-mouse interfaces. While dissecting and reverse engineering an optical computer mouse from the safety of your own space, we will explore the conceptual and material connections between single-use circuits, sacred geometry, single-use mammals, haruspicy, mushroom and mollusk foraging, despeciation, the workshop’s video-chat servers, and multispecies kinship.

This workshop requires that you have a small eyeglass screwdriver, a hammer, brick, or similar cudgel and a computer mouse that may never live again. Protective eyewear encouraged. Purchase a general admission ticket and select the add-on “TEARDOWN” to secure your spot!

Conference Participants:

Ed Bear

David Bering-Porter

Neta Bomani

Ingrid Burrington

Ryan Clarke

Nabil Hassein

Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Shannon Mattern

Lauren Lee McCarthy

Charlton McIlwain

Cezar Mocan

Ayo Okunseinde

Mimi Ọnụọha

Allison Parrish

Dorothy R. Santos

Mindy Seu

Daniel Shiffman

Cy X

Jonathan Zong

If you are unable to afford the cost of a ticket at this time, please email info@culturehub.org and we will set up a free ticket through one of the event sponsors.

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