Author Archives: Moira Hille

Screenings and discussion with Marwa Arsanios

October 10th, 6pm Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Hauptgebäude, Augasse 2–6, 1090 Wien, A4.18.6 The PhD in Practice welcomes you to one of their Fantastic Wednesday events where one of the candidates presents part of their artistic research to an … Continue reading

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Olia Sosnovskaya

Politics of collective movements in post-socialisms. The research addresses collective movements and their exhaustion (bodily and political) in post-socialisms, focusing on choreographies of protest actions, socialist mass celebrations and raves, and the relation between festive and the political. After the … Continue reading

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Caitlin Berrigan

Imaginary Explosions The geological is animated by forces that fall outside the definitions of life. Geological animacies traverse scales: faulting across continental boundaries, grounding our living relations with the cosmos and its infinite myths, rising beyond earth through corporate and … Continue reading

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Masha Godovannaya

Queer Partisaning: Traces of Queer Relationality as Cinematic Errantry Grounded in the filmwork produced within the context of the PhD-in-Practice study program of Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, my dissertation project Queer Partisaning: Traces of Queer Relationality as Cinematic Errantry … Continue reading

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Nicole Suzuki

Un/learning writing, reading, publishing A critical dissection of the art and politics of knowledge production in, through and beyond written texts (Written) text has a powerful influence on frames of public reception and debate. Especially printed and published texts are … Continue reading

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Marwa Arsanios

Matter of Alliances The thesis Matter of Alliances is structured around three specific relationships to land that put the state apparatus into question. These are three cases of communalization of land led by grassroot anti-colonial and ecological feminist movements and … Continue reading

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Ola Hassanain

Back and Forth: Space, Policies, and Women Ola Hassanain’s work examines  the dynamics by which  state policies regulate perceptions of  gender experience in public space. The  project  Back and Forth: Space, Policies, and Women  will attempt to develop phases to in … Continue reading

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Mihret Kebede

 Haunting Silences: Devising Poetry in the Case of Ethiopia’s Political Upheaval Following the ‘’revolution’’ burst in the Oromia region of Ethiopia in 2016, which was mainly instigated by the newly designed master plan of the capital Addis Ababa in 2014, … Continue reading

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Luis Ortiz

The Mountains Travel In Colombia, the mountains have been elevated by different political actors to symbolize the resistance of marginalized peoples against the colonial and capitalist necroregimes. However, increasingly, extractivist dynamics have incorporated many of these places into global value … Continue reading

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Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński

Fleshbacks. Notes on Research, Blackness, Empaths, and the Destruction of the World As We Know It. The encounter with a past that refuses to be past stands at the center of Fleshbacks. Notes on Blackness, Research, Empaths, and the Destruction … Continue reading

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