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'''Julie Boschat Thorez''' (FR) is a researcher, artist and proficient creator of
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far fetched analogies. Her work engages with the materiality of
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digital environments through its capacity to affect or get affected by the
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'''Julie Boschat-Thorez''' is a researcher, artist and educator whose work focuses on knowledge organisation systems and their orientations. In particular, she examines archives, collections, datasets and museums to identify the material traces of the ideas and circumstances under which they were produced. Her practice also overlaps with the conceptualization and development of archival systems with an interest in variability, circulation, community, and access.  
physical realm. She regards them as agents, structuring the agency between
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humans acting across the localities covered, at a pace induced by their
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Julie Boschat-Thorez studied Fine Arts at the ERG in Brussels and [[Media_Design_and_Communication_Piet_Zwart_Institute_Rotterdam|Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute]] in [[Rotterdam]]. She is a member of [[Varia]], a [[Rotterdam]] based initiative that aims to develop a critical understanding of the technologies that surround us. She teaches at the Willem de Kooning Academy a course greatly inspired by Gloria Wekker’s notion of the Cultural Archive. (2022)
physical properties and geographical condition. Aside from that she tries to
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engage with the materiality (and sustainability) of digital works through
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varied approaches and formats for specific contexts.
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* [[Varia]]
She graduated in [[Media_Design_and_Communication_Piet_Zwart_Institute_Rotterdam|Media Design and Communication from the Piet Zwart Institute]] in Rotterdam (MA, 2014-16). She is based in [[Rotterdam]].
 
  
 
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* [http://s192400.gridserver.com/ Home page]
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* [http://s192400.gridserver.com/ Personal website]
* [http://pzwiki.wdka.nl/mediadesign/User:Jules Page on Piet Zwart Institute wiki]
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* [https://post.lurk.org/@jules Mastodon]
 
* [https://twitter.com/ju_bschtthrz Twitter]
 
* [https://twitter.com/ju_bschtthrz Twitter]
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* [https://daap.network/ DAAP (Digital Archive of Artists’ Publishing)]
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* [http://pzwiki.wdka.nl/mediadesign/User:Jules Page on Piet Zwart Institute wiki], 2014-2016

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Julie Boschat-Thorez is a researcher, artist and educator whose work focuses on knowledge organisation systems and their orientations. In particular, she examines archives, collections, datasets and museums to identify the material traces of the ideas and circumstances under which they were produced. Her practice also overlaps with the conceptualization and development of archival systems with an interest in variability, circulation, community, and access.

Julie Boschat-Thorez studied Fine Arts at the ERG in Brussels and Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. She is a member of Varia, a Rotterdam based initiative that aims to develop a critical understanding of the technologies that surround us. She teaches at the Willem de Kooning Academy a course greatly inspired by Gloria Wekker’s notion of the Cultural Archive. (2022)

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