Present


Christian Ferreira, South Africa/UK - Gardens, Art, and South Africa


Aimar Arriola, Spain - The Animal and the AIDS Archive


Paula Zambrano, Mexico - Curating Contingency


Dimitra Gkitsa, Albania - Trans-generational Memory and the Communist Past in South-East Europe


Christian Nyampeta, Rwanda/Dutch - Conviviality and Solitude: Tactics and Interventional Tools


Past


Suzana Milevska, Macedonia - Gender Difference in the Balkans: Archives of representations of gender difference and agency in visual culture and contemporary art in the Balkans


Roberto Cavallini, Italy - Critical Inheritance: Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Problem of Tradition


Cihat Arinc, Turkey - Postcolonial Ghosts In New Turkish Cinema: Dervis Zaim’s Politics of Memory


Anshuman Dasgupta, India - Project Borderlands: A Multi-Sited Curatorial and Anthropological Probing in Selected Parts of India


Adnan Madani, Pakistan - The Shape of Present Time; Art, History and Traumatic Contemporaneity


Je Yun Moon, South Korea - The Equalitarian Dance: The Politics of Choreography


Roopesh Sitharan, Malaysia - Unravelling the Malaysian Body: Subjectivity and Art Practice


Jessica Holtaway, UK - Micro-political Interventions and Globalization

Goldsmiths: Research Students

“Language is only one among those system of marks that simultaneously incline towards increasing the reserves of random indetermination as well as the capacity for coding and over coding. Such a competition between randomness and code disrupts the very systematicity of the system while it also, however, regulates the restless, unstable interplay of the system.” Jacques Derrida.

RESEARCH STUDENTS