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paper on ‘queer utterance’ at ARWEI2018, Plymouth

I presented a paper titled ‘receiving queerly displaced utterance: failure and/as response in works by Glenn Ligon and LOW PROFILE’ at Artistic Research Will Eat Itself, the 9th SAR International Conference on Artistic Research, University of Plymouth, April 11 – … Continue reading

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poster presentation at Patras University

I am presenting a poster at the 2nd  Congress Performing Arts in Education: collectivity, thought and experience on the 23rd and  24th March 2018, at the University of Patras, Greece. The event is organised by University of Patras in collaboration with Archeological … Continue reading

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‘his voice’ at dataAche, DRHA 2017, Plymouth

On Tuesday September 12th I will present ‘his voice’ at dataAche, DRHA2017 at Plymouth University. dataAche is the 21st international conference on Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA). Happening over four days, the event will mix keynote papers, … Continue reading

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‘Voice Recognition: A Play’ at Listening to Literature, Exeter University, July 28th

I will present a version of ‘Voice Recognition: A Play’ at Listening to Literature: A One Day Symposium on Soundscapes, which will take place at The Queen’s Building, University of Exeter on Friday July 28th 2017. Link for Registration via … Continue reading

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‘his voice’ at Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language

I will perform ‘his voice’ at Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language on May 5th at Chelsea College of Arts, London. The performance is part of a one-day symposium that considers the association between language and human consciousness. Convened … Continue reading

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