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Mani Kaul: Essay Film Festival
Fukushima and Visual Inquiry
Artists’ responses to the Fukushima Disaster
Co-op Dialogues: 1966-2016 with Jean Matthee
Readings by Mouth
Genres of the Human
Filmic Dialogue with Yunjoo Kwak and Igor Sevcuk
The Eros Effect: Art, Solidarity Movements and the Struggle for Social Justice
The Chimurenga Library
L.A. Rebellion Seminar
it took forever getting ready to exist: UIQ (the unmaking-of)
In Search of UIQ: It took forever getting ready to exist Part 1
A Cinema of Songs and People : The Films of Anand Patwardhan
FORMAT, Summer events at the Architectural Association
The Journey, Peter Watkins
In The National Interest
Medium Earth
Body Tremors: The Geopoetics of Prediction and Premonition
Images Sometimes Tremble
The Otolith Group at The Julia Stoschek Collection
The Militant Image
A Lure a Part, Allure Apart - Events
A Lure a Part Allure Apart
Holodecks (and Other Spaces)
A Sunken Trembling Recalled Dimly
Factory Trouble
Murmurs from the Future: What comes after the Capital
Hydra Decapita and Last Angel of History
Turner Prize / The Image in Question III
The Image In Question III
Turner Prize / The Image in Question III
Outsider Films on India
Harun Farocki 22 Films 1968-2009
Women and the Archive: A Partial Disclosure
A Long Time Between Suns Part II
The Image in Question II
A Long Time Between Suns Part I
The Status of Difference
Harun Farocki: Three Early Films
Images Sometimes Tremble: Encounters with Durational Cinema
Becoming Dutch
Between the Images Imaginable Experiences for Future Memories, IASPIS
Home Works IV
ICO Essentials: The Secret Masterpieces of Cinema - Protest
Film as a Critical Practice
Otolith II, Casco
Space Soon
Images Sometimes Tremble: Encounters with Durational Cinema
Travelling is Impossible
To what extent should an artist understand the implications of his or her findings?
[prologue] new feminism/new europe
Late at Tate Britain: Black History Month

London Premiere of Anathema (2011)
Press Release Erik and Amanda
The Otolith Group in Budapest at Blood Mountain