UCLA 2018 Karmiole Symposium rough draft essay.
Each panel consists of a 30 minute keynote, three 15 minute panel papers, and a 15 minute question and answer session.
9:00am Welcome and Introductory Remarks
9:15am – 10:45am [dis]memory: Counteracting remembering and forgetting
Panel Chair: María Montenegro
Keynote Speaker: Ines Schaber, [dis]memory: Some Notes on the Distracted Researcher
Catherine Czacki, Logical Horses: Or Several Historical, Aesthetic, Allegorical, and Mythical Vignettes
Samantha Blanco, Representation, Affect, and the Archives: A Shrine to Lon Chaney
Marianna Hovhannisyan, Speculative classification: Tracing a disputed portrait between the archives of Malvina Hoffman and Sergey Merkurov
10:45am – 11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am – 12:30pm [mis]representation: Considerations of inaccuracies, multiplicities, duplicities and power in portrayals
Panel Chair: Anne J. Gilliland
Keynote speaker: Amy Lonetree, Ho-Chunk Families in Unexpected Places: Resistance, Power, and Surveillance in the Visual Archive
Ruth Livier, Fiction, Archives, and Memory
Kelman Duran, The post-genocide archive
Yvonne Eadon, Silences and Imaginaries: Visualizing the Kennedy Assassination Documents
12:30pm -1:30pm Lunch
(provided in the IS Salon, on the second floor of the GSE&IS Building)
1:30pm – 3:00pm [re]figuring: Reworking, expanding, and reimagining archival focus and futures
Panel Chair: Gracen Brilmyer
Keynote Speaker: Adria Imada, Dirty Laundry, Clean Laundry, or How to See Interdependence in an Archive of Kin
Patricia Ciccone, Re-representing the Universal: Cheryl Sim’s “Un jour, un jour” and the new national imaginary of Expo67
Nick Flessa, Case Number 87-447
Herbert Serrano, Learn your ABC’s with Zoia!
3:00pm – 3:15pm Coffee Break
3:15pm – 4:45pm [real]izing: Grounding responsibilities and accountabilities for archival practices and approaches
Panel Chair: Kathy Carbone
Keynote Speaker: Michelle Caswell, Troubling Accounts of the Archives
Gabriel Peters-Lazaro, In Camera: Depicting Personal Video Archives in IMAX
Yair Agmon, Start The Forgetting Machine
Kwanda Ford, Finding Lola Falana: Imagining the future finding aids for film and visual studies
4:45pm – 5:15pm Wrap up and Closing Remarks
Christina Hummel-Colla, Doling out Colonialism: Refiguring Archival Memory of Settler Colonialism in the Hawaiian Islands
Saida Largaespada, Envisioning Alternate Archival Realities: How the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive Uses Public Programming as a Means of Archival Liberation
Hanna Mandel, Media Without Place: Creating a Secure and Accessible Archive for Born Digital Institutional Media at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
All posters are located in IS Commons, room 120 on the first floor of GSEIS.
Kelman Duran is an artist, filmmaker, and musician based in Los Angeles who is interested in the way disenfranchised communities respond to civic architecture. Duran received a BA in Sociology from The State University of New York at Binghamton and an MFA from California Institute of the Arts. Previous exhibitions and screenings include Project Row Houses, Houston; The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; MOCA, The Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles; and Harvard University, Cambridge, among others. Duran lives and works in Los Angeles.