25th August 2016

14:00 - 15:00

"F" is for Fragment
Performance
Followed by discussion
V22 Louise House
Forest Hill
London
SE23 3HZ

www.v22collection.com/events/talks/f-fragment


9th May 2016

Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy
Part 1
Panel

PSH LG01 10:00-12:00, Goldsmiths College
With guest speaker Dr Nina Power, senior lecturer in philosophy at Roehampton University
and author of One Dimensional Woman.
Linda Aloysius and Anna Gonzalez Suero, Department of Art, Goldsmiths
Miranda Armstrong, Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths
Gitanjali Pyndiah, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths

Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy
Part 2
Event 14:00 - 16:00

Women's Art Library, Special Collections, Ground Floor, Rutherford Building, Goldsmiths College
Readings, presentations of artistic work and discussion.
Special guest, playwright and prose writer Sharmila Chauhan
Linda Aloysius - presentation of art work
Miranda Armstrong - readings
Anna Gonzalez Suero – fetus-phallus forms
Gitanjali Pyndiah – poetry and fiction, reproductive labour


April 2016

My peer-reviewed article Not Fallen but Felled is now published:

Not Fallen but Felled: 
A Critical Review of The Fallen Woman, The Foundling Museum
25 Sep 2015 - 03 Jan 2016, curated by Prof. Lynda Nead (Birkbeck)
Museological Review
Issue 20: The Global Microphonep. 63-70 
April 2016
http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/museumstudies/PhD-Students/museological-review-1


February 2016

 

17th February 2016
Pieces as Politics: Art, Psychoanalysis and Neo-liberalist Divisionism
Guest Lecture
School of Arts and Digital Industries
University of East London, London


December 2015

 




I'm delighted that Goldsmiths College has granted a Research Award to develop the project Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy. This is a trans-disciplinary, collaborative project in which I'll work with Nina Power (author of One Dimensional Woman) and current PhD Researchers Anna Gonzales Suero, Miranda Armstrong and Gitanjali Pyndiah to investigate issues relating to the increasingly diverse structures of the family and the effects of this on perceptions of motherhood.

 



March 2016


I'll be Artist in Residence at Futuro House, London - more details to follow nearer the date....





November 23rd - 24th 2015


I'm speaking at the following PhD Symposium, Goldsmiths College, University of London...


Goldsmiths Art Research

Research Symposium 23-24 November: unthemed


Monday 23rd November

Barriedale Buildings, Studio A


10:30-1:00 concerning Accelerationism

Ramon Bloomberg ‘Zero Minus Two’

Alex Pollard on Angus McInnes

David Howells

‘Good infinity/ bad infinity: acceleration as a moment of mind’

Benjamin Noys, University of Chichester: Keynote:
‘Matters of Acceleration and Abstraction’


2:00-5:00 Modes of address/ Time and presencing Part 1

Teresa Calonje ‘The question and use of collections’

Kristien Van den Brande ‘A tale of pigeonholes and groping into their recesses’
Mike Cooter ‘The Thousand Eyes’
Catharine Grant ‘A Time of One’s Own’
Ian Hunt on unfinished projects
Grace Schwindt

Tuesday 24th November

Barriedale Buildings, Studio A

 

10:30-1:00 pm Modern nature, art and science

Anna Gonzalez Suero

Sigrid Holmwood

‘on the ixiptla: Amerindian conceptions of the body & representation’

Asa Sonjasdotter ‘Potato as Companion’

Professor Marsha Rosengarten, Dept of Sociology, Goldsmiths


2:00-5:00 Modes of address/ Time and presencing Part 2

Katharine Fry

Linda Aloysius ‘F is for Fragment’

Joseph Schneider ‘Horse bus’

Shama Khanna ‘Flatness: curating in distribution’

Paul Davis on Turing completeness

Simon Martin on ‘UR Feeling’



November 7th 2015


I will perform "F" is for Fragment at Deptford Lounge

and will be Guest Panellist along with Professor Carmine Pariante and artist Lynne Lu, for the Panel: Motherhood
 

for the event:
 

COULDN'T CARE LESS: A CROSS-CULTURAL LIVE ART PROJECT




www.deptfordlounge.org.uk/featured-events/couldnt-care-less

 



October 8th - 9th, 2015


I will speak at Lisbon University, for the conference:

 
COMPARING WE'S: COMMUNITY, COSMOPOLITANISM AND EMANCIPATION IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT 




www.comparingweseminar.weebly.com/seminar-programme.html