<synthesis> Join the ML #X Community Scrapbooking Project!
geert at xs4all.nl
Mon Oct 12 12:26:00 CEST 2020
Dear MoneyLab community,
As part of our program for MoneyLab #X – Economythologies <x-msg://414/economythologies.network>, we are embarking on a community scrapbooking project <https://aus01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Feconomythologies.network%2Fscrapbook%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cnancy.flude%40rmit.edu.au%7C4d6bef1493f843565b9008d86b3548c0%7Cd1323671cdbe4417b4d4bdb24b51316b%7C0%7C0%7C637377223888541186&sdata=G8FblZwKvRLBniuLR1xSKceC2IIdzKLAEQptPQaC4xg%3D&reserved=0>. Our aim is to develop a patchwork of ideas, images and references that explore the complexities of our contemporary economic imaginary. If you have the time, we would love you to contribute! Our wonderful designer and programmer, Shahee Ilyas <https://shaheeilyas.com/about/>, will be working with the Scrapbook material as it accumulates to develop a creative and customised response.
We are inviting our community of thinkers, makers and doers to contribute to the Scrapbook project by emailing texts, images and/or links to Denise or Nancy, cc’ing our Publications Coordinator, Lexi Mossop (email addresses provided below). Alternatively there is a submission portal on our Scrapbook page <https://aus01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Feconomythologies.network%2Fscrapbook%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cnancy.flude%40rmit.edu.au%7C4d6bef1493f843565b9008d86b3548c0%7Cd1323671cdbe4417b4d4bdb24b51316b%7C0%7C0%7C637377223888551175&sdata=n1yG62lhW3aO8MtwhRElU8jC%2BlVjcc3M4Q9Bqi24DD8%3D&reserved=0> which you are most welcome to use.
Contributions may include (but are not limited to):
An original blog post or short text (this could be research-based, analytical, confessional, myth-busting, poetic, you name it!);
An extract from a seminal theoretical text that has informed your thinking about money;
Pop-cultural references that engage with the symbolic currency of wealth/markets/cash;
Republication of extracts from previous/forthcoming works by you;
Media snippets and/or digital artefacts recalling significant historic events and practices in the domains of finance and economics;
Calls for participation in current projects exploring our economythologies;
Anything else your imagination permits!
We appreciate any time you could devote to participating in this MoneyLab #X community experiment. If you’re contemplating participating but are time poor, please note that the Economythologies project will roll into 2021 and beyond.
Very best wishes
Denise, Nancy and Lexi
Denise: denise.thwaites at canberra.edu.au <mailto:denise.thwaites at canberra.edu.au>
Nancy: nancy.flude at rmit.edu.au <mailto:nancy.flude at rmit.edu.au>
Lexi: S3807632 at student.rmit.edu.au <mailto:S3807632 at student.rmit.edu.au>
Dr Denise Thwaites
Assistant Professor, Digital Art and Humanities
Course Convener, Master of Arts in Creative and Cultural Futures
Faculty of Arts and Design
University of Canberra
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