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Screening of Mary Ellen Carroll's "Federal"

Screening of Mary Ellen Carroll's Federal, a 24-hour video screened in two adjacent theaters on Yale campus. Free and open to the public.

Program hosted by Irregular Rendition, the group exhibition staged in dialogue with The Legal Medium, which runs February 24 - March 14 at Fred Giampietro Gallery. 

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3:00 PM15:00

NuLawLab Presentation on Collaborative Mapping

NuLawLab will offer a 60 minute presentation on recent project work and a 30 minute "insiders view" mini workshop on their newly launched collaborative mapping platform.

Projects to be presented and workshops offered:

1) Overview of NuLawLab
2) Mobile Outreach Tool for Female Vets
3) Game for Supporting Self-Represented Parties
4) Domestic Workers project in Collaboration with Artist Marisa Jahn and REV Studio
5) NuLawMaps: A newly launched mapping platform with an emphasis on adding "media rich"  stories to quantitate data. (mini workshop)

These pioneering projects lay the foundation for our development of interdisciplinary collaborations generating viable new models for the delivery of legal services to all who need them. NuLawLab is a Legal Innovation Lab at Northeastern University’s School of Law.

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7:00 PM19:00

Matta-Clark on 16mm

Screening four films by Gordon Matta-Clark. Followed by panel discussion with Kobena Mercer, Laura Wexler, Jessamyn Fiore, and GH Hovagimyan. Free and open to the public.

Clockshower (1973)
Fire Child (1971)
Day's End (1975)
Conical Intersect (1975)

Event hosted by Irregular Rendition, a group exhibition staged in conjunction with The Legal Medium, and which runs February 24 - March 14, 2015 at Fred Giampietro Gallery. 

Sponsored by:
Yale University History of Art Department 
Yale University Film and Media Studies 
Photographic Memory Workshop
The Legal Medium


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5:30 PM17:30

Conversation with Amar C. Bakshi and Mary Ellen Carroll

Amar C. Bakshi, J.D. candidate, speaks about founding Shared Studios, an arts organization that incorporates technology into built environments to connect people across divides in geography, ideology, and identity. 

Shared Studios’s first major initiative, Portals, retrofits shipping containers with specialized audio-visual communications equipment and places them in cities around the world; individuals can enter the containers to connect with a person in another location. 

Bakshi is joined in discussion by conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll, whose work has long utilized and interrogated existing policy regimes. Her current work extends Super-Wifi connectivity to underserved areas in and around New Orleans. 

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