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Artist Curator

Adam Lewis Jacob

Adam Lewis Jacob is an artist, filmmaker and curator who is interested in reanimating dead ideas. Recent films have focused on counter cultural figures such as the anarchist cartoonist Donald Rooum, Wildcat and  the politically empowering benefits of learning to make films together via the Birmingham Trade Union Resource Centre, People Meeting in a Room.

The Genome Chronicles with Celine Gallery

Artist Curator

Alaya Ang

Alaya Ang is an artist and associate curator at the CCA. Alaya is currently running a 1-year residency and research programme Confluence with the CCA and LE18 Marrakech exploring the politics and poetics of water in an effort to bring in multiple contextual understandings around water as a political, historical and economic substance.

Artist talk with Annalee Davis and Amanda Thomson

Artist

Aman Sandhu

Aman Sandhu is an artist based between Glasgow and Montréal. Through a study of improvisation, he aims to rethink the place of refusal in critique to produce other ways of coming to knowledge.

Artist

Anti-cool

Anti-cool is a Liverpool based artist, originally from Japan. Her background is in performance and visual art. Social systems and how peoples’ lives are influenced by our globalised society often feature as central themes.

LUNA
LUNA: Live Screening + Conversation

Artist

Christian Noelle Charles

Christian Noelle Charles is that Black contemplative visual practitioner based in Glasgow, Scotland. A Syracuse, New Yorker, Christian’s work is an exploration of female representation and self-love in a contemporary world.

Message in the Music

Artist Writer

Denise Ferreira Da Silva

Denise Ferreira Da Silva is Professor and Director of the Social Justice Institute-GRSJ at the University of British Columbia. Her work addresses the ethico-political challenges of the global present. She is the author of Toward a Global Idea of Race ( 2007), A Dívida Impagavel (2019), Unpayable Debt (2021) and co-editor (with Paula Chakravartty) of Race, Empire, and the Crisis of the Subprime (2013).

Soot Breath / Corpus Infinitum – Newspaper
Soot Breath / Corpus Infinitum (Screening), Treble Heaven (Performance) + Q&A

Artist

Hannan Jones

Hannan Jones is an artist born on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja, Western Australia of Algerian and Welsh origin, who is based in Glasgow. Her practice deep dives into language, rhythms, identity and psycho-geography in response to cultural and social migration.

Re-Imagining In-Conversation

Artist

Harold Offeh

Harold Offeh is an artist working in a range of media including performance, video, photography, learning and social arts practice. Offeh is interested in the space created by the inhabiting or embodying of histories.

Artist

Holly White

Holly White is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Glasgow. Recent solo exhibitions include Cordova, Barcelona; Almanac, Turin; and Jupiter Woods, London, and her work has been included in group presentations at Tate Britain, Bologna Museum of Modern Art, Serpentine Galleries and David Roberts Art Foundation.

Leaving Biosphere 2
That place you go to play, out of the way

Artist

Jennifer Wicks

Glasgow based artist Jennifer Wicks works with moving image, sculpture, sound and music. Her work incorporates themes of memory, nostalgia and loss, and draws on elements of ethnography. Her practice demonstrates her continued interest in the interplay between sound, image and memory to investigate the aesthetics of images, the materiality of film, the use of new and appropriated material and how this subverts meaning and narrative; her installations often explore sound and space and the intersections between the mediums of film and sculpture.

Suite for Extended Compositions
Re-re-repeat
Graphic Notations
Marks #1 and #2

Artist

John Akomfrah

John Akomfrah, CBE is a British artist, writer, film director, screenwriter, theorist and curator. He is a founder member of Black Audio Film Collective makers of the seminalHandsworth Songs (1986), along with producers David Lawson and Lina Gopaul.

The Genome Chronicles with Celine Gallery

Artist

Keith Piper

Keith Piper is a British based artist and academic. His creative practice responds to specific social and political issues, historical relationships and geographical sites. Adopting a research driven approach, and using a variety of media, his work has ranged from painting, through photography and installation to a use of digital media, video and computer-based interactivity.

The Genome Chronicles with Celine Gallery

Artist

Roman Kirschner

Roman Kirschner is an artist, designer, researcher, writer, teacher and sometimes curator working across disciplines. His current interests revolve around social metabolisms, ecologies, interactions with environmental microbiomes, transformative materials, spatial strategies, research methods and the mutual influence of material, imagination and epistemology.

Soil Interfaces and Interactions

Artist

Shamica Ruddock

Shamica Ruddock is a research-led artist working often between sound, text, moving image and installation. Considering the ways Black diasporas are engaged and explored through sound, whilst meditating on sound culture and the interface between race and technology, Shamica has been particularly interested in how black technosonic production functions as a form of speculation, narrativising and worldmaking.

Re-Imagining In-Conversation

Artist

Sooun Kim

Sooun Kim is a multidisciplinary visual artist working through music, painting and sculpture, more recently expanding his visual language to include video and installation. He is interested in hybrid cultures that iterate from the effects of post-colonialism and cultural imperialism.

Unmuted Cave

Artist

​Svetlana Romanova

Svetlana Romanova was born in Yakutsk, Russia and studied visual arts in Los Angeles. She has received her BFA at Otis College of Art and Design, and MFA at California Institute of the Arts. From 2009 to 2014, she lived and worked in arts education in California.

The Need to be Cold
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