<synthesis> Book launch: Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies

Gabriel Menotti gabriel.menotti at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 16:50:15 CET 2020

Hey all!

Apologies for cross-posting! This has been out for a while, but just now we
are having the opportunity to organize a proper launch with everyone
involved. Check the link for registration below in case you are interested.

For this occasion, the publisher is offering a 30% discount code for
purchases straight from their website (AAFLYG6). You can find the book at:



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Book launch: Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies (eds.
Gabriel Menotti and Virginia Crisp)

The Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King's College
London has the pleasure of hosting a launch of the collection published by
the Oxford University Press on Wednesday 9th December 2020.

Date & Time: Wednesday 9 December, 16.00-18.00 (GMT)

All welcome!
This is a virtual seminar. Joining instructions will be sent the day before
the event. Please register:
(open until 7th December)

16:00 – 16:15 Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies
Introduction from the editors – Virginia Crisp & Gabriel Menotti

16: 15 – 17:00 Session 1
5-minute presentations from each contributor followed by questions and

17:00 – 17:45 Session 2
5-minute presentations from each contributor followed by questions and


Gabriel Menotti works as an Assistant Professor in Moving Image Studies at
Queen’s University, Ontario, and as an independent curator.

Virginia Crisp is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Culture, Media and
Creative Industries at King’s College, London.

*Session 1*

Amanda Egbe is an artist, researcher, filmmaker, and Lecturer in Media at
the University of Bedfordshire. Her artistic practice and research,
concerns archives, new technologies and activism. www.amandaegbe.co.uk

Stefania Haritou studied philosophy and film in Greece and the UK. She is
researching the various forms of film practices, besides the screen.
Currently she is interested on children's film education and cinematic

Anthony Head is an artist- designer and Professor of Digital Media Art and
Design at Bath Spa University. His research practice includes coding as an
artistic medium and often uses 3D graphics to create immersive interactive

Leila Sujir is an artist, Associate Professor in Intermedia and Chair of
the Studio Arts Department at Concordia University in Montreal. Over the
last thirty years, she has been building a body of video/video installation
artworks exploring immigration, migration, nation and culture.

Mo White aka Dr. Mary C. White is an artist and writer. She is a Lecturer
in Fine Art at Loughborough University in Leicestershire, and works in
moving image (film and video) and photographic media and has exhibited

Su-Anne Yeo is a sessional instructor at Emily Carr University of Art +
Design in Vancouver, Canada. She is also a faculty associate of the Hong
Kong Studies Initiative at the University of British Columbia.

*Session 2*
Yiyun Kang is an artist who generates immersive experiences with moving
image. She is currently working as a Visiting Lecturer at Royal College of
Art. Kang’s works have been exhibited extensively.

Cornelia Lund is an art, film and media theorist and curator living in
Berlin. Since 2004, she has been co-director of fluctuating images (
fluctuating-images.de), a platform for media art and design.

Adeena Mey is a researcher and curator. He is managing editor of Afterall
Journal and a lecturer at Lausanne University of Art and Design (ECAL),

Andreia Machado Oliveira is a Multimedia artist and Associate Professor in
the Graduate Program in Visual Arts and in the Undergraduate Program in
Fine Arts at Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil.

Adrian Palka is assistant professor in the School of Media and Performing
Arts at Coventry University and associate member of CDare (Centre for Dance
Research). His research and practice centre on sound performance, image
projection and the mediation of post memory.
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