DPPH S01E04 Part 2: Instagram/Visual Culture for Empowerment


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This is part 2 of a two-part episode. In this part, we're continuing our conversation with media practitioner and artist-researcher Prakash Krishnan from "Do The Kids Know?" We explore Instagram as a tool of community building and visual culture as a medium for empowerment. Contributors: Dean's Office, "Best, Concordia" Podcast, and the Ethnography Lab at Concordia. Prakash Krishnan (he/him) is a researcher and educator in the fields of digital media, archives, accessibility, and contemporary art. He recently completed a Master of Arts in Media Studies and is the coordinator at Concordia’s Access in the Making (AIM) Lab. Apart from his duties at AIM, Prakash co-produces and hosts Do The Kids Know?, a biweekly podcast exploring race, media, popular culture, and politics in Canada and occasionally moonlights as an artist, essayist, and comedian. Having had struggled in solitude to navigate issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality for over twenty years, Prakash is deeply committed in facilitating these discussions for those new to the work of un/learning.

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