Robots Don’t Buy Motor Cars
Saturday 18th May 2019 – The University of Westminster, Cayley Room, London
A series of presentations by Dr Sundari Anitha, Dr Ricardo Dominguez, Jen Liu and Professor Ruth Pearson. See event page for further information.
Tito & Tita, Gym Lumbera and an Imagined Past
Monday 30th September – The Regent Street Cinema, London
18:30 - 20:30
A screening of works by Tito & Tita and collective member, Gym Lumbera. Often working with formats such as Super 8 and 16mm their films interrogate the possibilities of photographic media and its various histories.
A Q&A with Gym Lumbera led by Dr May Adadol Ingawanij (moving image theorist, historian, curator and Co-Director of CREAM) follows the screening.
See event page for further information and tickets.
A School for Tourists: Online
Tuesday 26th November 2019 – Birmingham School of Art, Margaret St, Birmingham 18:00 - 20:00
Join Emma Smith along with members of IKON’s Youth Programme and students at Birmingham City University for A School for Tourists: Online. This open session for Night School will involve the creation of a new guide considering creative strategies for understanding and negotiating the hidden governance of our online selves as American exports. Come along and contribute your ideas to our live print room where we will be producing a zine to be shared in venues across London and Birmingham.
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American Export is a continually evolving programme of projects. Keep your eyes peeled for announcements relating to future screenings at Regent Street Cinema and site specific projects, performances and workshops at sites across Birmingham city centre soon.