2020: Speaking and Exhibitions

05/25/2020

 

 

Keynote Speaker at Knowbotiq: thulhu thu thu, before the sun harms you

I'm honoured to be the keynote speaker at thulhu thu thu, before the sun harms you, a series of movements hosted by Timespan considering the necropolitical landscape of the Flow Country, an ostensibly natural territory composed from a subterranean molecular system which circulates decay and energy across geological epochs.

31 February, Timespan, Helmsdale Scottish Highlands

 

 

New Work Commission: Other Futures Festival, Amsterdam

I will be installing a new work at Other Futures Festival, a multidisciplinary festival of speculative fiction from all over the world. The second edition in April 2020 will focus on the relation between humans and non-humans and the question how to create multispecies communities.

April 10-12, Amsterdam

 

Tales from the Abyss, with Ama Josephine Budge & Yolande Zola Zoli van der Heide

Mister Motley and ArtEZ studium generale present three online lunch events that stem from the hope for a better future and take a closer look at the role of activism in the arts. Ama unpacks the dynamics of climate justice and environmentalism within the arts, together with moderator Yolande Zola Zoli van der Heide.

13th May, ArtEZ Studium Generale, Online

Keynote Speaker: Fractals & Fragments

I'm honoured to be the keynote speaker at the PhD Cyber Conference 2020: Fragments and Fractals in the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck University.
1st June: 1-5PM, online

Science Fiction as Activism: Sharing Futures

Experience a fantasy-filled online evening with participants of the Science Fiction As Activism: Writing Futures course, hosted by Ama Josephine Budge.

11th June: 8PM, Free Word Online

Science Fiction As Activism: Speculative Writing Course

As part of Free Word's Finding PowerSeason, I'm delighted to be leading an eight week science fiction writing course from April - June 2020. Course dates released soon, available on a sliding scale - watch this space!

April - June, Free Word, London

 

 

 

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