Dr Marilyn Allen

Dr Marilyn Allen is an artist, writer, and collaborator: Collaborations have included performing one half of matthews AND allen and working with Professor Sue Williams on an exploration of gender politics in a contemporary context.

Allen’s most recent work centres on a collaboration with technology and how meaning is distributed between human and digital voices. In a paper published in On_Culture journal, Allen explores the potential for new narrative flows to be produced through anomalies generated between the human voice and computational voice recognition systems. Allen describes this process as enacting ‘word events’ which generate a speculative space for the intensification of language.

E-mail: marilyn.allen1@uwtsd.ac.uk 

See Marilyn's academic profile

Journal Articles

Allen, M. de[re]territorialisation, IN, Distribution, (ISSN 2856008-5), On_Culture Journal, Vol. 8, December 2019
https://www.on-culture.org/journal/perspectives/dereterritorialisation/

matthews AND allen. A Collaborative Diagram, IN, Diagram, Jakub Zdebik [Ed.], (ISSN 2469-3022), Drain Journal, Vol. 15:1, 2018 http://drainmag.com/a-collaborative-diagram/ 

matthews AND allen. A Collaborative Diversion, IN, Tours and Detours, Issue 2, (ISSN 2377-9039), December 2016 http://textshopexperiments.org/textshop02/a-collaborative-diversion 

matthews AND allen. A Collaborative Game, IN, On Game Structures, Natasha Lushetich & Mathias Fuchs [Eds.], (ISSN: 1352-8165), Performance Research Journal, Vol. 21:4, 2016 


Symposia

Allen, M. Parapoetics and the Digital Absurd (performance paper), Digi-Mediated Culture (symposium), May 2019, Swansea College of Art

Allen, M. A Poetic Interrelation with the Digital Other, 2018. Projectivisms (symposium), May 2018, Cardiff University

Allen, M. A Dialogic Interrelation with the Electronic Other (performance), 2017. Language Game[s] (symposium), May 2017, Chelsea School of Art.

matthews AND allen Two is Company. Three is a crowd (performance paper), 2016. In Dialogue (symposium), December 2016, Nottingham Contemporary.


PhD thesis 

Three is a crowd: A potential exception to an oppositional rule