• Gary Hall. Invited talk at Forms of Criticism symposium, University of Westminster, June 30, 2016.
  • Gary Hall. Invited talk on the importance of communication, impact and public engagement for academic research, University of Warwick, June 28, 2016.
  • Gary Hall. Invited talk, Cybernetic Subjectivities and the Mediation of Trust and Empathy, launch event for the Centre for Entangled Media Research, University of Lincoln, May 24-25, 2016.
  • Rachelle Viader Knowles, Guest curator, In Dialogue symposium, Nottingham 2016
  • Rachelle Viader Knowles, 2015 – 2017 Participating researcher, Uniting Evidence, Art, and Advocacy for Better Global Decision-making on Vaccines. Project organizers: Dr Steven J. Hoffman, University of Ottawa; Dr Natalie S. Loveless and Professor Sean Caulfield, University of Alberta.
  • Rachelle Viader Knowles, 2012 – 2016 Participating researcher, Meet In The Middle: Stations of Migration and Memory Between Art and Film. Principal Investigator, Dr Christine Ramsay, University of Regina, Canada Meet in the Middle symposium, November 2016, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Canada.


  • Anthony Luvera (2016) ‘On Yer Bikes Boys: Work with gender by The Department of Cultural Studies at Cockpit Arts Workshop’. Radical Histories / Histories of Radicalism, Raphael Samuel History Centre. 1 – 3 July 2016, Queen Mary University of London, London UK
  • Gary Hall, Invited talk, University of Birmingham, May 23, 2016.
  • Kamila Kuc, 13 May 2016, ‘Show & Tell & Touch: Digital Culture and Education‘, panel discussant, with Milena Popova (Europeana), Gregory Markus (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision), Prodromos Tsiavos (Onassis Cultural Centre) and Alain Thillay (French Ministry of Education), moderated by Caroline Roelants of the Flemish Canon Cultuurcel (Ministry of Education), Brussels, Belgium.
  • Kamila Kuc and Michael Brooke in Conversation, 8 May 2016, ‘Humour in Experimental Film’, Camden Arts Centre. Coupled with ‘Lyrical Flight From Reality: Playfulness and Humour in Experimental Film’, curated by Kamila Kuc.
  • Janneke Adema, Invited talk, University of Leuven Open Access event, May 4, 2016
  • Kamila Kuc, 10 April 2016, ‘I Think You Should Come to America: Geographical and Historical Zones of Memory’, Artist in Residence Screening and Presentation, Experiments in Cinema Festival, Guild Cinema, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
  • Anthony Luvera (2016) ‘Community, Participation, and Reciprocity in Socially-engaged Photographic Practice’. Nordic Summer University Winter Symposium. forthcoming 18 – 20 March 2016 at Zirgu Pasts, Latviljas Kult??ras Akade?mija (Latvian Academy of Culture), Riga, Latvia
  • Anthony Luvera (2016) ‘Who Empowers Whom? The Powers at Play in a Participatory Photography Practice: Assembly (Brighton 2013-2014) by Anthony Luvera’. Open Engagement. forthcoming 29 April – 1 May 2016, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, California, USA
  • Gary Hall (2016) Charisma of the Book: Global Perspectives for the 21st Century, The NYU Abu Dhabi Institute, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, March 14-16.
  • Gary Hall Invited lecture, CAMRI, University of Westminster, February 18, 2016.
  • Anthony Luvera (2016) ‘Establishing & Sustaining Your Practice: The benefits of working collectively’. held 25 February 2016 at Photofusion, London, UK.
  • Gary Hall (2016) keynote speaker, Hack the Book Festival, Athens, Greece, January 22-24.
  • Anthony Luvera (03/12/2015) ‘ Notes on Photography and Death: Mourning, Spectacle, Evidence’, The Death Detectives, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK. [Ticketed Panel Discussion and  for The Photographers’ Gallery public education program for the Burden of Proof: The Construction of Visual Evidence exhibition, alongside Elizabeth Cotton (Middlesex), David Morgan (British Psychoanalytic Association), Professor Steve Fuller (University of Warwick), Angela Eden (Eden Evolution) and  Matt Gieve (The Tavistock Institute).]
  • Gary Hall, Invited talk on Interdisciplinary Research and Publishing: Opportunities and Challenges, a panel organised by Martina O’Sullivan, Senior Commissioning Editor, Cultural Studies, Rowman & Littlefield International, as part of Academic Book Week, and held at the Maughan Library, King’s College, London, November 10, 2015. (Video recording available here.)
  • Gary Hall, Invited chair of the session on the sharing economy at the 7th Global Drucker Forum in Vienna, November 5-6. The Drucker Forum 2015 focused on the technology revolution, looking at topics like robotics, big data, Artificial Intelligence and cloud computing. Speakers on this session were Rachel Botsman, Robin Chase, Isabella Mader and Oussama Ammar. (A video recording of the complete session is here and the related discussion here.)
  • Janneke Adema (with Silvia Stoyanova) (2015) ‘The Multidimensional Scholarly Archive’, Digital Humanities Autumn School 2015: “Methodological Intersections”, Trier University, September 30.
  • Matthew Hawkins, “Seeing of seeing” in Visual Research, Visual Methods, Brighton, September 2015.
  • Janneke Adema (2015), ‘Bookfuturism: Visions of the Future Book’, Norlit 2015: THE BOOK TO COME. The 13th biannual conference of the Nordic Association for Comparative Literature, Gothenburg, August 20–22
  • Matthew Hawkins, The Embodied Edit of the Impossible Place, Material Environments: Sensing Time and Matter in Visual and Digital Culture, Greenwich, London, July 2015.
  • Matthew Hawkins, Academic (De)Rigour: Blogging as Transformative Practice, MeCCSA Postgraduate Conference, Coventry, July 2015.
  • Janneke Adema (2015), ‘Radical Open Access and the Politics of Publishing. A Genealogy of Affinities and Correlations’, Radical Open Access Conference, Coventry University, 16-06.
  • Janneke Adema (2015) ‘Liquid Attention and Viral Scholarship’, Publikationsstrategien im Digitalen Zeitalter, University of Basel, 03-06.
  • Anthony Luvera (23/05/2015) ‘Sniffin’ Glue’, Tate Modern, UK.
    [Invited to give Keynote Public Talk for Tate Modern public education programme for the Self Publish Be Happy / Offprint London season.]
  • Rachelle Viader Knowles, Conference paper: #3CityLink: a translocal art/pedagogy exchange project. Arts in Society conference, Imperial College, London UK
  • Rachelle Viader Knowles, Presentation – Armenian Centre for Contemporary Experimental Art, Yerevan, Armenia


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