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.
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.
30 march 2016 | conversation: performingborders Open Conversation. Guest speakers: Lois Keidan (Co-Director of the Live Art Development Agency), Sophie Nield (Senior Lecturer in Drama at the Royal Holloway University of London), Juliet Steyn (Co-editor of ‘Breaching Borders: Art, Migrants and the Metaphor of Waste’), Marilena Zaroulia and Philip Hager (Co-Founders of the Inside/Outside Europe Research Network). Organised and chaired by Alessandra Cianetti.Central Saint Martins – UAL, London, UK.