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Friday, May 18 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
"...these borders that hold me down..."

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SLIPPAGE presents an exploration of redlining, gerrymandering, and asocial cartographies that produce and reinforce inequality.  Deploying custom-designed live-feed sonification interfaces, wearable technologies, and AfroFuturist performance practices, this hour-long afrotechnopunk extravaganza brings DUKE faculty, graduate students, community activists, and SLIPPAGE artists together for a special MOOGFEST presentation.

** This session is free and open to the public. 
** There will be buses providing free transportation to/from the von der Hayden Theater on Duke University Campus. Buses will depart from West Parrish St slip road next to 21c Museum Hotel at 2:30pm and 2:45pm, returning at 4pm and 4:15pm.


James Clotfelter

James is committed to the creation of collaborative and sociallyconscious work for live performance, the built environment andpublic space. Working broadly as a designer with aspecialization in light, James looks for loopholes in technology tostimulate storytelling and wake people... Read More →
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Rebecca Uliasz

Rebecca Uliasz conducts research in the intersections of liveelectronic performance, audio and visual processing, machinelearning, and phenomenology. Her work engages withcontemporary technologies in order to create aesthetic systemsthat seek to question the relationship between perception,experience... Read More →
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Summer Dunsmore

Summer Dunsmore is a writer, filmmaker, and visual artist from San Diego, California. After receiving her Bachelor's degree from U.C. Berkeley, she pursued opportunities as a video documentarian, work that led her to travel extensively throughout the U.S., India, Nepal, and Central... Read More →
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Thomas F. DeFrantz

Thomas F. DeFrantz is Chair of African and African American Studies and Professor of Dance, and Theater Studies at Duke University. He is past-president of the Society of Dance History Scholars, an international organization that advances the field of dance studies through research... Read More →

Friday May 18, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
von der Hayden Theater