february – july 2019 | performingborders | LIVE programme of public events, workshops, commissions that bring outside of the online realm urgent conversations and extraordinary artistic practices happening within the UK experimental live art sector around notions of cultural, juridical, racial, gendered, class, physical, and everyday borders.
21 february 2019| talk: Sharing Borders Symposium, Institute of Advanced Studies, UCL, London, UK.
10 january 2019 | sound-installation: performingborders. Ireland Focus. The Performance and Protest symposium, Ulster University, Derry/Londonderry, UK.
9 july 2018 | talk: performingborders. Live art, Crossings, Europe (and beyond). IFTR 2018: Theatre and Migration, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade, Serbia.
30 june 2018 | talk & writing commission: performingborders. An encounter between Live Art and political theory. WAR FOR PRESENCE: Art, Conflict, and Identity at the Art-IR Nexus, Department of War Studies, King’s College London, UK.
24 march 2018 | panel discussion: Dictator(ship). Goldsmiths University, London, UK.
6 march 2018 | live interview: Lexicon of Tanjas Ostojić – Book Launch. Live interview with Tanja Ostojić, Live Art Development Agency, London, UK.
11 november 2017 | workshop: Connecting Communities: International Conference. Workshop ‘A Short Table on Live Art | Crossings | Europe’, University of Greenwich in collaboration with Open University and the University of York, Resource for London, UK.
11 november 2017 | installation: The Queer Migrant Takeover Party curated by Xavier de Sousa. performingborders station, Artsadmin, London, UK.
1 december 2016 | conversation: Xavier de Sousa’s POST, after-event conversation. Conversation with Xavier de Sousa and Dr. Sarah Fine, King’s College. Ovalhouse, London, UK.
march – october 2016 | writing commission: ‘Performing Borders’ Study Room Guide, written and compiled by Alessandra Cianetti for the Live Art Development Agency.
october 2016 | writing commission: Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture (Volume 7, issue 2) curated by Dr. Federica Mazzara: ‘Lampedusa: Cultural and Artistic Spaces for Migrant Voices’. Review of Ila Nicole Sheren’s publication ‘Portable Borders. Performance Art and Politics on the U.S. Frontera since 1984’.
29 april 2016 | provocation: ‘Núria Güell: Exceeding financial and identity European policies through the body of the artist’. ‘Crisis’ in Excess: Performing Europe Today Symposium, Winchester University, Winchester, UK.