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Events and exhibitions organised

  • 'The Ground Beneath our Feet: Four Artists from Cyprus Discuss Archaeology and Contemporary Art', co-organised with Elena Parpa and Christina Lambrou, the Cyprus High Commission-Cultural Section and the British Museum under the auspices of the High Commissioner for the Republic of Cyprus Euripides L. Evriviades to celebrate the Cyprus National Day, September 2016
  • 'Trouble Contemporary Art Practices in the Middle East’, two-day conference co-organised with Evi Tselika (University of Nicosia) and Sophie Hope (Birkbeck), June 2016
  • Curator of Exhibition ‘Relapse’ in collaboration with the Cyprus High Commission in London and artists Vasiliki Antonopoulou, Demetrios Michailidis, Nikolas Kasinos, Penelope Kaliopoullou, May 2016; Relapse
  • ‘The Silence has a sound … it is the sound of a Horizon’, Symposium at Collection Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus to coincide with Klitsa Antoniou’s exhibition, September 2015
  • ‘Remembering 7/7’ symposium organised to coincide with the exhibition ‘Mangled Metal’ at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck, July 2015
  • ‘Memories of Future Cities’ symposium co-organised with the Center of Culture Memory, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, July 2015
  • ‘Remembering Small Wars’ symposium organised to coincide with the exhibition ‘Mangled Metal’ at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck, June 2015
  • Curator of exhibition ‘Artist’s Impression: Mangled Metal’ in collaboration with the artist John Timperlake, Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck, June 2015; Mangled Metal
  • ‘The Redesign of the Imperial War Museum London: Memory and History Reconsidered’ in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory (CCM) and Dr. Silke Arnold-de Simine, March 2015
  • Exercises in Orientation’: Exhibition and public event at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck, in collaboration with Elena Parpa, funded by the Ministry of Culture, Republic of Cyprus, January 2015'
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded project: Exhibition and three public events at the Peltz gallery, Birkbeck, titled ‘East and West: Visualising the ottoman City’, June 2014
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded project: Two-Day conference at Birkbeck titled ‘Ottoman Pasts, Present Cities: Cosmopolitanism and Transcultural Memories’, June 2014;East and West
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded project: Day conference at Birkbeck titled ‘Visualising the Ottoman City’, March 2014
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded project: Day conference at Birkbeck titled ‘Ottoman Memories: Transculturalism and Empires in Comparison’, November 2013
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded network: Impact Event in collaboration with Exiled Writers Ink at the Poetry Café, London, titled ‘Memoirs in Dialogue’, June 2013
  • As part of the ‘Ottoman Cities’ AHRC funded network: Day conference at Birkbeck titled ‘How was the Ottoman Empire transcultural?’, June 2013
  • Curator of exhibition at MIET (Educational Foundation of the National Bank of Greece), Thessaloniki, ‘Parallelotopias’, November 2012
  • As part of the ‘Terrorist Transgressions’ AHRC funded project: Two-day conference at the University of Reading titled ‘Violence, Horror and Gender’, January 2012
  • As part of the ‘Terrorist Transgressions’ AHRC funded project: Two day conference at Birkbeck titled ‘Cultural Representations of the Terrorist, November 2011
  • As part of the ‘Terrorist Transgressions’ AHRC funded project: Two-day workshop at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst titled ‘The Invisible Enemy’, June 2011
  • Curator of exhibition and chair of discussion panel to coincide with the exhibition, Roaming Images: The Persistent of the Image which presented the work of Klitsa Antoniou in collaboration with 85 artists living in Cyprus at Artos Foundation, Nicosia, Cyprus, June 2011
  • As part of the ‘Terrorist Transgressions’ AHRC funded project: One day workshop at -Reading University, February 2011
  • ‘The Making and Remaking of Memory after 1945’, Series of Symposia organised in association with the University of Reading, July and October 2008
  • ‘Other Than The Visual’, session at the Art Historians Conference (April 2006) co-convened with Patrizia di Bello, School of History of Art, Film and Visual Media, Birkbeck
  • ‘War, Community and Visual Culture’, session at the Art Historians Association Conference (April 2003) convened together with Angela Weight, Imperial War Museum, and the Group for War and Cultural Studies, University of Westminster
  • ‘Memory, Gender & War. An Interdisciplinary Approach’, Symposium organised at Birkbeck College, July 2001