• Celluloid Souls (Performance in London) 

      Movies are part of our collective memory and evoke an emotion of nostalgia, a sense of shared experience; they become part of our biographies and personal histories. Considering how we romanticise cinema, the question ...
    • Celluloid Souls (Performance) 

      Movies are part of our collective memory and evoke an emotion of nostalgia, a sense of shared experience; they become part of our biographies and personal histories. Considering how we romanticise cinema, the question ...
    • Gender, identity and material: Film screening 

      Brand, Carina (Video)
      Synophresia Nervosa is set in the terrain of the studio and concerned with the idea of the ‘creative’ subject or artist, and the points at which ideas are extracted. It follows a group of artists as they face changes through ...
    • No Woman's Land (Performance extract in Bangkok) 

      'No Woman's Land' (performance) is 1 hr 15 minute large-scale, multi-media performance work. In 1945, Ildikó’s grandmother Lucia Rippel, expelled from her place of birth, walked 220 miles across the fractured landscape of ...
    • No Woman's Land (Performance) 

      'No Woman's Land' (performance) is 1 hr 15 minute large-scale, multi-media performance work. In 1945, Ildikó’s grandmother Lucia Rippel, expelled from her place of birth, walked 220 miles across the fractured landscape ...
    • Social Purpose Periodicals 

      Mutch, Deborah (Book chapter)
      Discusses the use of the periodical during the Victorian period in promoting or resisting ideas and norms placed on British readers through religious, political, temperance and gendered periodicals.
    • Until the Lions: Amba’s story 

      Stevens, Jayne (Article)
      Amba is a relatively minor character in the Sanskit epic the Mahābhārata. Her story is of a woman, spurned by men, who seeks justice and retribution by engaging in extreme spiritual practices that lead to the intervention ...