On virtual exhibition trends emerging during the coronavirus pandemic, considering aesthetic and colonial legacies of 'IRL' museums
New peer-reviewed publication 'Rewriting Postcards: Experiments in Collaborative Transnational Curation' available as open access download
Video recording of paper presented at the final conference of SOGICA (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Claims of Asylum: A European human rights challenge)
Reflections on coronavirus, digital engagement, and museum practice. A short piece of writing informed by postdoctoral fieldwork in Mexico and the UK and prompted by cultural venue shutdowns
Response to the prompt: Take out an old family photo and address the people in it or have them speak. What happened before or after this picture was taken? What does the writer know now that they did not know then?
Postcards have played a role in colonial expansion, social justice activism, and simple transnational communication. We're engaging with the legacies and uses of postcards in the GlobalGRACE project.