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Meronomy: approaching the archive with curiosity Invited Speaker The Showroom 30-JUN-2021
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Public reviewer Other National Institute of Health Research JUN-2021
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Long Covid funding call - public reviewer
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JUN-2021
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PhD, H.Offeh External Examiner Role Leeds Beckett University 2020
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2020
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Art is where the home is: Artist Activity Packs Invited Contributor Firstsite, Colchester 2020
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Contribution to one of the artist created activity packs produced by Firstsite Gallery in Colchester for children during the covid-19 pandemic.
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2020
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MA Live Art External Examiner Role Queen Mary University London (QMUL) 2020
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2021
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Art in the City Invited Speaker Arnolfini 27-MAR-2019
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Talk
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27-MAR-2019
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Archives of the Ephemeral. Thinking, Practicing, Interconnecting – A Debate on the Accessibility of Performance Art in Switzerland Invited Speaker PANCH (Performance Art Network Switzerland) 01-NOV-2018
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The future of performance art is interconnected with the question of the accessibility of performance art’s documents and artifacts, i.e., its archiving and historiography as well as its active practice and further development. Yet for many this very question of archiving and accessibility is still an open desideratum, which is why in recent years this topic has been widely discussed within the discourse field of performance art. The symposium „Archives of the Ephemeral. Thinking, Practicing, Interconnecting – A Debate on the Accessibility of Performance Art in Switzerland“ organized by PANCH, the Performance Art Network Switzerland, asks, above all, about the current situation in Switzerland from the perspective of artistic practice, whereby specifically international as well as non-artistic positions, experiences, and approaches to solutions will be considered. Among other things, we would like to know how performance as a live event can be adequately archived and what the handling of documentary material (haptic archive) means for its transmission. How can „wild“ independent archives, which are often accumulated over a very long period of time and bound to individual persons, be perpetuated? How can artists inscribe themselves and their performance art in archival contexts, and what does this mean not only for the survival of these works or their possibility to be remembered, but also for archives themselves? Which archive forms and formats contain which potentials to remain active, and what about the options for interconnecting or interlinking existing (performance) archives? Which ways of access are especially necessary for artists within institutional contexts in museums, collections, and archives, so that both the ephemeral (event) character is kept alive as well as transformative forms of historiography are possible?
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03-NOV-2018
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PhD, J. Lange External Examiner Role RCA Royal College of Art, London NOV-2018
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Archiving Contemporary Art Invited Speaker Art360 Foundation 27-MAR-2018
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27-MAR-2018
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Ethics of Arts Funding Media Appearance BBC Radio 4 06-FEB-2018
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06-FEB-2018
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