Thursday, May 2, 2019

Symposium on Death at Sea: Migration and Art

You can now book your ticket for the Symposium on Death at Sea: Migration and Art sponsored by the University of Westminster, and part of the exhibition Sink Without Trace.
Looking forward to seeing you there. 

Book Launch_Reframing Migration 13 June 2019 P21 Gallery London

Dear all,
You can now register to attend the book launch of my book.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
The launch is part of the exhibition, Sink Without Trace: An Exhibition on Migrant Death at Sea

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Sink Without Trace_Exhibition on Migrant Death at Sea

Dear all,
I can finally share with you the information about the exhibition I am co-curating on the topical issue of migrant death at sea.
You can find all information about our exhibition here.
We are also working on a series of related events. Information will be included in the website. So stay tuned and plan your visit to London.

My book is out_Reframing Migration: Lampedusa, Border Spectacle and Aesthetics of Subversion

Dear all,
I am delighted to announce the publication of my book, Reframing Migration: Lampedusa, Border Spectacle and Aesthetics of Subversion. The book launch will be in June. Check this space.
You can find more information here.

Difference Festival - University of Westminster 25 February-1 March

Difference Festival is a week-long celebration honouring the history and roots of our institution whilst showcasing the work of staff, students, alumni and friends of the University of Westminster.
This year the Difference Festival focuses on the term 'radical', taking in ideas from our history and ethos to today's social, political and cultural concerns.
The University of Westminster has always been different. In 1838 The Polytechnic Institution in Regent Street was established to 'delight as well as to instruct' and was described as 'an intellectual treat'. Our predecessors created a place where the public could explore new ideas, discover new inventions, acquire new knowledge and learn new skills. We strive to continue those ambitions and to make a difference, embodying the link between theory and practice and changing the world for good.
Come and be delighted and instructed by our researchers and their guests, treat your intellect with lunchtime and evening talks, walks, workshops, film screenings and discussions. 
More information about the Festival here
Within the dDifference Festival I have organised the event 
Radical film: voyeurism in documentary filmmaking on migration
about which you can read (and register) here