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Birkbeck Arts Week Festival

Premiere of Burning Light into that Good Night Birkbeck Arts Week Festival Wednesday 19 May, 7.30pm Book here UK, 2021 7 minutes, 17 seconds, Colour, Stereo, 16:9 Original format: HD Video Available formats: HD Digital file Burning Light into that Good Night (2021) is a single-screen moving image based on a memory session recorded in the summer 2019 by […]

IAS Festival

Alda Terracciano’s forthcoming presentations at the IAS Festival: “Alternative Epistemologies – celebrating 5 years of the IAS   Caminos de la Memoria A short video on participatory mapping employed during the Mapping Latin America Memory Routes project. Part of the event: Alternative Epistemologies for Critical Heritage Studies 04 May 2021, 2:30 pm–4:00 pm Book here […]

The Big Night In: Streets of Lisbon

Socially Distanced: The Big Night In- Friday 12th June 8pm BST Time: Jun 12, 2020 20:00 London Join us tonight at 8pm at The Big Night In, and view Streets of Lisbon to follow the traces of the city’s past and the memories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 885 […]

Covid-19 Response

Moving image of Streets of… 7 Cities in 7 Minutes multisensory installation available online until 17thMay 2020 in response to lockdown extension measures View here.   The last few weeks have been the worst nightmare for many of us. For those working in the cultural industries, the impact of Covid-19 has been particularly hard, with […]

Impact of Covid-19 on our activities

As a result of Covid-19 the following activities have been postponed, cancelled or await confirmation: Paper presentations at international conferences during Summer 2020 ‘Performance, Embodiment and the Digital Archive’ conference. Royal Holloway University, London. Planned on the 25-26 June 2020, new date to be confirmed. PSi#26 Crises of Care: Act Respond Engage (Performance Studies International […]

Recent exhibitions

Zelige Door on Golborne Road Time: 09:00 – 16:30, 5 February 2020 Location: Gothenburg University Faculty of Arts, Lundgrensgatan 1B, Humanistiska fakulteten, rum J 2019. Event: Why Interpretation? a seminar and workshop discussing the theme of interpretation in the museum sector as part of the ISN network – Interpret Sweden Network.

Recent Talks

CCHS Seminar: Mapping Memory Routes with A. Terracciano and M. Haklay Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, 11 February 2020 Venue: UCL, Room 432, Taviton Street 14-16, London, WC1H 0BW