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© Côme Ledésert, Nur für Heute

Sunil Gupta, "Untitled #22”, from the series, "Christopher Street", New York 1976, Silver gelatin print: 60.7 x 91.7 cm

monika jaeckel, signalling - at the molecular level, performance at Ambika P3 (2019). Performers: Giulia Iurza, Monika Jaeckel, Francis Maskens, Livia Massarelli, Georgia Munroe, Gloria Trolla, Tom Wohlfahrt, Louiseanne Wong

Andreia Alves de Oliveira, "Lobby, Advertising agency". From The Politics of the Office, 2010-14

Roz Mortimer, Film still from: THE DEATHLESS WOMAN - feature, Wonderdog Films 2019

Estéfani Bouza, Photographic panel 3 from the project ∞ (2017-current), 50x70cm.

Paula Gortazar, 'EU Parliament, Brussels, Paul-Henri Spaak Building, Room 03H01', from Common Space, 2011

Nina Danino, Film still from: Sorelle Povere di Santa Chiara (2016) 12 mins 16mm, black and white, silent film

Pryle Behrman, An Entanglement of Meanings: a study of curation, location and temporality in contemporary art fairs

Ruth West, Dataremix: Aesthetic Experiences of Big Data and Data Abstraction

Sunyoung Oh, Curating Arts on the Edge of an Unstable Society

Georgina Mind, Women and the Practice of Studio Portraiture in Britain 1888-1914: Politics, commerce and constructions of femininity

George Clark, Offerings for a ghost film: From fragmented work to cosmic assemblages (georgeandclark.com)

monika jaeckel, agency is molecular: moved by being moved to moving or co-constitution in intra-active knowledge production (www.aim.mindgap.org/)

mirko nikolic, minoritarian ecologies: performance before a more-than-human world

Côme Ledésert, I IS ANOTHER: The fabulative filmic collaboration with someone recovering from addiction

Gilbert Calleja, Ethnography and experimental non-fiction storytelling: relating the experiences of Maltese Fishermen (www.gilbertcalleja.com)

Indranil Bhattacharya, The Digital Turn in Indian Film Sound: Ontologies and Aesthetics

Roz Mortimer, Ghosts, Imagination and Theatre: re-enacting the futural past through documentary film (wonder-dog.co.uk / thedeathlesswoman.com)

Estéfani Bouza, Taming Contingency : Photography at the Crossroads between Collections, Archives and Atlases

Sunil Gupta, “Queer Migrations” (www.sunilgupta.net)

Paula Gortazar, Transitional Frames: From Normalisation to Democracy Czech and Slovak Art Photography (1968-1998) (www.paulagortazar.com)

Nina Danino, Experimental Film – Catholic and Feminist Readings of my film 2010-2016 (ninadanino.com)

Silvia Angeli, Catholicism in Italian cinema in the age of ‘the new secularisation’ (1958-1978)

Ingrid Pollard, Home and Away: Home, Migrancy, and Belonging Through Landscape Photographic Practice (ingridpollard.com)

Andreia Alves de Oliveira, The Politics of the Office: Space, Power, and Photography (www.andreiaoliveira.net / riverboatsinnerthoughts)


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