Uriel Orlow is Reader in Experimental media. His research is concerned with residues of colonialism, spatial manifestations of memory, blind spots of representation and forms of haunting. His research-based, process-oriented and multi-disciplinary practice includes film, photography, drawing and sound as well as publishing. Over the last years he has been investigating the botanical world as a stage for politics and history.
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Film and Media
Film and media research is a long standing area of excellence at CREAM, and leads the field for interdisciplinary approaches to moving image practices and their discourses. CREAM research ranges from experimental documentary to moving image installations of international renown.