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Monday, November 15, 2021

Shadowpox Links for Immune Nations Panel

I thought I'd share some links for anyone interested in following up on some of my references in the <Immune Nations> panel discussion, "Ensuring Equitable Access: ​Life-Saving Vaccines during COVID-19 and Beyond." 


Update: A recording of the webinar has just been released by the McMaster Museum of Art. The short sections where I speak about Shadowpox and the role of art in changing perspectives are cued up below.

Citizen science fiction, Captain America, and the X-Men:

"Who is my neighbour?" – The teaching stories of Spider-Man and Black Panther:

Monday, October 11, 2021

Panel: Ensuring Equitable Access: ​Life-Saving Vaccines during COVID-19 and Beyond

This week I'll be joining a fabulous group of speakers on the first of a series of free, virtual panel discussions this fall, as part of the <Immune Nations> exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art. Please join us!

Ensuring Equitable Access: ​Life-Saving Vaccines during COVID-19 and Beyond 

​A panel exploring the global deployment and lack of access to life-saving vaccines.

Thursday, October 14, 2021
12:00—1:30pm ET 

Update: Watch the webinar recording here!


Moderator:
Steven Hoffman, Director, Global Strategy Lab, York University 

Panelists:
Annemarie Hou, Executive Director, UN Office for Partnerships
Alison Humphrey, Vanier Scholar, York University
Lauren Paremoer, Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Town
John-Arne R√łttingen, Norway’s Ambassador for Global Health

Please see the webinar registration page for full bios, and check out what's coming up next in the series: 

November 25 – Research-Creation and Global Crisis: Interdisciplinarity, Creativity, and Collaboration

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Tour the New Immune Nations Exhibition

The McMaster Museum of Art has posted a virtual walkthrough of the new <Immune Nations> exhibition, on now through December 12th. Shadowpox: The Antibody Politic features in the final segment!




Monday, August 2, 2021

Immune Nations at the McMaster Museum of Art

Update: Check out the tour video!
Well, a little virus slowed us down, but <Immune Nations> will finally have its North American premiere this fall at the McMaster Museum of Art! 
Shadowpox: The Antibody Politic (2017) will be installed for an in-person experience in the gallery, while Shadowpox: #StayHome Edition (2020) is our online adaptation of the game, created in the first months of the pandemic. See the Shadowpox page on the <Immune Nations> site for our reflections on remounting the exhibition in the era of Covid-19. 
I'll also be joining one of the virtual panel discussions during the run of the show (see below for info).

Please see the McMaster Museum of Art for the full announcement:
<Immune Nations>, an evidence-based exhibition about the constructive role that art can play in public discourse around life-saving vaccines, will open at the McMaster Museum of Art on September 2!