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Jevi and Elyse will be chairing a panel “Let’s Get Digital” as part of the 2022 Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC) Conference. We are currently requesting papers for submission. More information on the UAAC website.
Critical AI Symposium – Jun 2022

Over two days, graduate students across Canada will gather to critically discuss artificial intelligence and their research. The symposium is guided by a desire to:

  • convene critical researchers studying in Canada;
  • support graduate research in-progress and imperfect; and
  • develop a community of care and support for this research.

This symposium is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les nouveaux environnements numériques et l’intermédiation culturelle.

The event is hosted at the Milieux Institute at Concordia University by the Machine Agencies Research Group.

Jevi will be sharing her research.

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Multiple Scheduled Publications Coming Soon

Several publications are scheduled to be released soon. These will be posted on the Research page, on the Writings page, and unveiled on my CV as they are released.

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Pausa Journal – Apr 2022

The “Pausa: Infrathin Art History” Journal was recently soft launched. It features a publication one of Jevi’s poems “A Whole Lotta“, and her article “Hyper-“. The online and print journal will officially launch in the coming months.

Councillor at the Society of Graduate Students at Western University. – Mar 2022

Councillor at the Society of Graduate Students at Western University


Jevi has been appointed a councillor at the Society of Graduate Students at Western University.

American Council of Learned Societies, Intention Foundry – Feb 2022

Invited to join the American Council of Learned Societies, Intention Foundry

Jevi was recently invited to join the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) to serve as a society scholar in a program titled Intention Foundry or IF, focusing on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-racism in academia.

The Intention Foundry consists of a series of intensive online and in-person institutes centered on aspirational projects proposed by the next generation of scholars. Hearing their hopes, concerns, and propositions for change, not only disrupts the status quo, it positions them to set the agenda for changes that will create a more just academy in the 21st century.

This initiative is backed by a $2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, over three years (2021, 2022, 2023).

Featured Art in LONG WINTER (Toronto) x LA STATION (Paris), TOGETHER APART – Jan 2022

Jevi’s work “Inter Alia” was showcased as part of the festival Together Apart November festival.

Together Apart is the second part of an international, bi-city festival co-presented by La Station-Gare des Mines (Paris) and Long Winter Music and Arts Festival (Toronto).

In the previous iteration, Long Winter and Collectif MU, in partnership with the French Consulate in Toronto launched LONG WINTER PARIS: an inaugural two-day France/Canada DIY festival and showcase at La Station-Gare des Mines. The event opened ongoing exchange between an under-represented, world-class range of underground music and art scenes in Toronto and Paris.

Long Winter + La Station is the second installment of the collaboration, presented live in Paris and Toronto, and broadcast virtually for global audiences.

Appointed Member of Services to Artists Committee - Dec 2021

Appointed Member of College Arts Association’s Services to Artists Committee

Jevi was recently appointed a member of the Services to Artists Committee (SAC).

SAC is made up of artists, scholars, and educators from across the US and Canada. Each year at the annual CAA conference, SAC creates entirely free and public content including panels and presentations, professional development sessions, roundtable, workshops, interviews and other events focused on supporting artists and educators. It engages with contemporary artists and activists to produce current, relevant programming that supports artists and furthers artistic discourse.


Jevi will also be joining the Western University Theory and Criticism’s Research Committee as the PhD Representative.

Update: Jevi now serves as a chair on SAC as of May 2022.

Midwest Modern Language Association Conference – Nov 2021

Midwest Modern Language Association Conference (Wisconsin)

For its 2021 Convention, the Midwest Modern Language Association welcomes—especially, but not exclusively—proposals that broadly reflect aspects of its conference theme, “Cultures of Collectivity.” 

Jevi will be presenting her research on November 4-7 2021 as part of a panel on Collective Tech.

Elected Chair of the Society of Graduate Students Graduate Peer Support Committee – Oct 2021

Elected Chair of the Society of Graduate Students Graduate Peer Support Committee & Steward of Public Service Alliance Canada (PSAC) 610

The Graduate Peer Support Committee (GPS) as Wester University aims to provide resources and opportunities to support the social, emotional, and financial well-being of graduate students. It oversees the SOGS Food Bank Program, the Wellness Joint Fund, Graduate Wellness Week, and weekly drop-in graduate peer support.

Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Local 610 is the Graduate Teaching Assistant and Postdoctoral Associate union at Western University. PSAC Local 610 represents over 2,000 members through collective bargaining, and by assisting with workplace grievances. Additionally, they service members with the benefits they’ve gained, and assist with local political action.

At PSAC Local 610, the mission is to create a union that strives towards reducing precarity and poverty among workers. It also aim to create a harassment and discrimination free workplace, where members feel welcomed and supported in their jobs.

Jevi was recently elected to the post of chair of the GPS committee, and as a steward at PSAC.

Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference – Oct 2021

Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference Conference (Canada)

The Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC) provides a national voice for its membership, composed of university and college faculty, independent scholars, and other art professionals in the fields of art, art history, and visual culture.

Every fall, UAAC-AAUC hosts Canada’s professional conference for visual arts-based research by art historians, professors, artists, curators, and cultural workers. The conference is held at a different location each year, generally at a Canadian university or college. The sessions and panels address issues and subjects in art history, theory, and practice from various methodological approaches.

In October 2021, the UAAC will be holding its annual conference. Jevi will be presenting her research.

Appointed Co-Coordinator for Theory Sessions – Sept 2021

Appointed Co-Coordinator for UWO Theory Sessions

Theory Sessions is a student-run tradition at the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western University. The sessions facilitate an academically rigorous environment to present cohesive and cogent thoughts on subjects that our speakers are genuinely passionate about. It provides a rich opportunity to develop papers for publication, prepare for conferences, and develop performance art or presentation skills.

Jevi is the current co-coordinator for the Theory Sessions, and graphic designer for both the Theory Sessions and Speaker Series.

Newly Initiated Member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy – Sep 2021

Newly Initiated Member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy

The Rotman Institute of Philosophy’s research is structured around dynamic interdisciplinary teams. The institute’s vision is to make progress on foundational and socially relevant questions by leading collaborations bridging philosophy, the sciences, and society. The mission is to catalyse and lead the production of interdisciplinary research with broad impact. It aims to train the leaders of tomorrow in both the humanities and the sciences. It also engages in outreach to educate and lead public discourse on scientific and philosophical challenges facing Canada and the world.

Jevi was recently accepted as a member.

Published with Penumbra Online Press Journal, LOVE SERIES: Self-Love – Aug 2021

“Initialise” Published in Penumbra Online Summer 2021 Issue (California)

Jevi’s recent hybrid poem, “Initialise”, was accepted into this summer’s online edition of Penumbra, and selected as the editors’ runner up.

Penumbra hosted its virtual launch party for the journal’s Summer 2021 edition on August 14th, from 2-3PM (PST). This year’s edition’s theme was “Self-Love” featuring poetry, prose, art, reviews, non-fiction, fiction, and hybrid literature.

“Initialise” is part of “SENTIENT”, an art-chapter in her hypervolition research that will be released in 2022.

Jevi will be presenting as a guest speaker at the launch party.

Precarious Futures: The 7th Annual PGR Studio Conference – Jul 2021

Precarious Futures: The 7th Annual PGR Studio Conference (England, UK)

This one-day conference seeks to interrogate, provoke, explore, unpick, expose the various nuances of precarity, the (un)known and the complexities of how these states manifest and are conceptualised in arts, design, media research. Precarious Futures invites a range of responses to these ‘difficult’ events and states as a platform to expose and articulate their potential, vitality and challenges that bring into question disciplines, paradigms, and methods.

Jevi will be presenting her research on July 9th 2021 as part of a panel on Precarious Technologies.

The Society for Philosophy and Technology - Technological Imaginaries Conference – Jun 2021

Facilitator for The Society for Philosophy and Technology 2021 Technological Imaginaries Conference. (Lille, France)

Jevi will be a panel facilitator at the The Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference in Lille, France on June 28th 2021.

The Society for Philosophy and Technology is an independent international organization that encourages, supports and facilitates philosophically significant considerations of technology. Founded in 1976, the Society convenes its own international conference biennially.

The panel discussion will be on ‘Artificial Intelligence Issues Beyond Ethics’.

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