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Hilary is an interdisciplinary PhD student in Humanities at Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia University in Montreal. Her research interests include speculative realism, posthumanism and technologies of the moving body, dance and performance studies, popular feminist cultures, and the confluence of aesthetics, capitalism and “authenticity.” Her current project is an extensive study of dance and technology that investigates how the figure of the dancer has historically acted as an index for the functioning of new media forms.

She holds an MA in English Literature from Concordia University as well as a BA in Dance from the University of Winnipeg. Her performances with choreographer Ming Hon incorporate improvised dance with live video feed and projections to explore screen culture, surveillance and the limits of the body.
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Call for Papers: SLSA 2018 (Toronto) PANEL: The Disembodied Woman in Digital Art and Culture

Posted on March 27, 2018 at 11:54am 0 Comments

Also seeking submissions that consider dance, media and disembodiment....

Call for Papers: SLSA 2018 (Toronto) PANEL: The Disembodied Woman in Digital Art and Culture



“Invisible” is a word that haunts histories of the technologized body. From the popularity of the late-19th century magic trick, the “Vanishing Lady,” to the advent of photography, in which “the body itself appeared to be abolished, [and] rendered…

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