Selected Artist and Academic Presentations (2002 - ) National
Invited artist’s presentation: The Friday Event, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. (February) http://www.gsaevents.com/fridayevent/kempadoo
Invited speaker to AHRC funded postgraduate workshop at De Montfort University, jointly coordinated by Professor Gen Doy, De Montfort University and Dr. Jane Tormey of Loughborough University School of Art and Design.
Contribution to the conference Visual Delights 4:Visual Empires, University of Sheffield.
Keynote speaker for Our History in our Hands: Towards Digital Sustainability for Minority Cultural Archives initiated by the Community Archives Research team, UCL and UntoldLondon, Museum of London, Docklands.
Invited guest speaker to the symposium Migration, Media, Archive held at the Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, and organized by the Royal Society of Edinburgh in collaboration with Dundee and Napier Universities. (5th June) http://www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/calendar/5:367/5200
Invited guest speaker to NIECI/WISCA workshop Crossing (Cultural) Borders? Reflections on Inter -, Multi -, Trans, Bangor University, Wales.
Keynote speaker to the conference Re-presenting Diasporas in Cinema and New Digital Media, University of Exeter (UK). Paper entitled: ‘Interpolating the screen bytes: critical commentary in digital media’.
Invited panel contributor to Diasporic Futures: Women the Arts and Globalization one day conference organized by Roehampton, Loughborough and Kingston Universities at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
‘Ghosting: (in)visibility and absence of racialised Caribbean landscape’. Illustrated contribution to the Summer symposium organized by Liz Wells, Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth: Picturing change: Landscape and Time
‘Black Diaspora Artists, Past and Present’ event organised by the Raphael Samuel History Centre, University of East London in conjunction with inIVA and the History Workshop Journal at Conway Hall, London including keynote address by Professor Stuart Hall.
Siting the Photograph: Between wall, page and screen conference. Illustrated artist’s presentation. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Matrix: Art and Technology an artists contribution to the course led by Peter Ride and Honor Harger at Tate Modern, London.
Illustrated lecture and artists contribution to the conference Art and the Crisis of Multiculturalism: A conference on the representation of ethnicity in art, film, television and other visual and performative media convened by Nicholas Mirzoeff at the Institute for research in Visual Culture, University of Nottingham.