Jill Didur

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  • ISEA2020

    Dr. Jill Didur is Associate Dean and Professor at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada,and a member of the Technoculture Art and Games Research Centre (TAG) at the Milieux Institute for Art, Culture and Technology. She is the creator of the mobile app, the Alpine Garden MisGuide (iTunes Apple Store 2015), an experi-mental sound walk that curates the relationship between colonial history and botanical gardens, installed at the Jardin botanique de Montréal in May 2015. She is currently completing her second loc-ative media project Global Urban Wilds to be install at Montreal’s Champ des Possible. This locative media project explores the ped-agogical possibilities of embodied knowing for challenging neolib-eral and settler attitudes toward climate change and urban biodi-versity. This research creation is funded by her current SSHRC In-sight Grant, Greening Narrative: Locative Media and Globalized Environments (2014-2021).

Last Known Location:

  • Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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