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Summer Pops with the Modern Māori Quartet conducted by Hamish McKeich (review)

Summer Pops with the Modern Māori Quartet conducted by Hamish McKeich (review) book and media reviews 251 imagine a future otherwise. A young technology demonstrations, and while Papuan mining employee can log on to our status as their authors is fictive, a social media platform and geograph- our responsibilities are real” (55). The ically tag herself as vacationing in essays in this volume speak to those Jamaica (or Israel), while eating lunch responsibilities, illuminating what is at with friends outside Timika. Digitally stake as the space of Papua as a place contoured communities and audiences for Papuans is increasingly mired in mediated by group messaging tech- the promises and threats of a plural- nologies offer new opportunities to izing “real time.” belong (but also to be surveilled) at a clare c cameron distance. The spatiotemporal flexibil- University of California– ity of real-time casts epistemological San Francisco and Berkeley frames that suggest alternative modes of knowing and writing the past as *** well as alternative dimensions through which to live and inhabit the present. Summer Pops with the Modern Māori At once ephemeral and permanent, Quartet. Performance, New Zealand real-time technologies contemporane- Symphony Orchestra, conductor ously convey and archive meaning, Hamish McKeich. Quartet musical leaving digital impressions that con- director Matutaera Ngaropo, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Summer Pops with the Modern Māori Quartet conducted by Hamish McKeich (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 30 (1) – Jan 12, 2018

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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1527-9464

Abstract

book and media reviews 251 imagine a future otherwise. A young technology demonstrations, and while Papuan mining employee can log on to our status as their authors is fictive, a social media platform and geograph- our responsibilities are real” (55). The ically tag herself as vacationing in essays in this volume speak to those Jamaica (or Israel), while eating lunch responsibilities, illuminating what is at with friends outside Timika. Digitally stake as the space of Papua as a place contoured communities and audiences for Papuans is increasingly mired in mediated by group messaging tech- the promises and threats of a plural- nologies offer new opportunities to izing “real time.” belong (but also to be surveilled) at a clare c cameron distance. The spatiotemporal flexibil- University of California– ity of real-time casts epistemological San Francisco and Berkeley frames that suggest alternative modes of knowing and writing the past as *** well as alternative dimensions through which to live and inhabit the present. Summer Pops with the Modern Māori At once ephemeral and permanent, Quartet. Performance, New Zealand real-time technologies contemporane- Symphony Orchestra, conductor ously convey and archive meaning, Hamish McKeich. Quartet musical leaving digital impressions that con- director Matutaera Ngaropo,

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 12, 2018

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