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ARCHIVO RESEARCH NETWORK | Visiting Researcher 2023


Kingston University


Astrid Korporaal is a curator, researcher and writer. She is currently completing an AHRC-funded PhD at Kingston University, in partnership with the Institute of Contemporary Arts London, researching decolonial and distributed co-authorship practices in contemporary moving image production. She is interested in the way these practices call into question notions of authority, authenticity, ownership and allyship and how they can be extended into curatorial strategies. This research project is linked to the Frames of Representation Festival in London. She holds an M.A. in Global Arts from Goldsmiths University in the United Kingdom and a B.A. in Arts, Culture and Media from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Previously, she was curator of education partnerships at the ICA, and co-founder and director of Almanac Projects in London and Turin.

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