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IN THE WORDS OF OTHERS-Untranslating Bodies – Virginie Bobin

Virginie BOBIN IN THE WORDS OF OTHERS Untranslating Bodies In the words of others studies and performs different ways of working with, and being affected by, translation and language politics in the French context, as it is shaped by colonial … Continue reading

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Eliana Otta

Lost & Shared: A laboratory for collective mourning, towards affective and transformative politics¬† Taking as a departure point my experience working with war survivors in Peru, this project investigates how art can enable the collectivization of mourning. I connected my … Continue reading

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Fantastic Wednesday January 2018 – Naomi

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Afro-Pessimism. Theorizing Anti-Blackness | Frank B. Wilderson III

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Silvia das Fadas

The Dispossessed Inventing Themselves In the Everyday Struggle for the Fulgor Against the firmament of the aggressive dispossession of land, bodies and social relationships, this PhD project engages with cinema as radical thought and communal practice. It departs from the … Continue reading

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Hauntopia

The concept of haunting creates a language for the ways in which an unfinished past makes itself known in the here and now (Avery Gordon) and violent histories, or stories, initiate ongoing disruptions, wronging the wrong (Eve Tuck). Haunting often … Continue reading

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Ruth Jenrbekova

Queer Laboratory Life: Constructions of Artifacts The project is an attempt to implement recent ecological and Actor-Network approaches 1¬†to study under-recognized contemporary art practices in the context of post-Soviet Kazakhstan. The main idea is to apply the ethnographic methods of … Continue reading

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