Masterclass – Portraying Narratives, PRIMUS workshop, Charles University Prague 2017

Masterclass – MFA, Purchase College, New York, USA 2018

Masterclass – MFA, University of Evora, Portugal 2022

Masterclass – University of Art and Design Moholy-Nagy Művészeti Egyetem in Hungary, December 2022

Masterclass – “Aesthetics of Dissent”, University of Kassel, Documenta Institute 2023



Guest Speaker and MentorCo-Design Your Palace, Katowice, Poland, August 2018

PhD Adviser – Thesis by Saioa Olmo, Art & Technology Department at UPV/EHU. Title: ‘TRANSART. Collaborative art practices, relational technologies and social performativity’ 2018

PhD Supervision

Vija Skangale: Collaborative art practices as a strategy for treating anxiety in the newly emergent post-Soviet national identity of late 20th-century Georgia, 2021

Hannah Kemp-Welch: Muted Voices: Sounding and Listening in Socially-Engaged Practice, 2021 (Funded by Techne)

Vera Zurburgg: The Admission of Gild – Material Interventions into the role of Nazi Gold in Switzerland’s Historical Memory, 2020

Mireia Ludevid Llop: Memory as First Breath: a speculative practice-focussed inquiry on political futures and memory, 2020

Ewelina Warner: Humorous Hoaxes and National identity: Understanding Czech Ideas of Authenticity in a Postcolonial and Postsocialist Context. UAL and AAH grant, 2017

Miriam Sorrentino: A field study of research methodologies to define ambient advertising affect, 2017

Marta Marsicka: Representation of CEE female artists in the history of British exhibitions, 2022 (Funded by Techne)

Andreea Paciu: Place, Imagery, Identity and Memory. The Challenges in Post-war Romania, 2023.

Masters of Arts (MA)

Goldsmiths College, University of London (2007 – 2011)

Participatory Arts (Studio)

Applied Theatre

Global Media & Transcultural Communication

Politics & Arts

Birkbeck, University of London (2010)

Curating as Critical Practice (Dissertation)

London College of Communication (2018 – 2022)

Service Design

Social Design Innovation and Sustainable Futures

Research Methods

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Middlesex University (2012 – 2015)

Introduction to Cultural and Media Theory, Media Analysis

Screen – Based Media and Their Audiences 

Media Practices and Photojournalism and Visual Cultures 


Goldsmiths College (2007 – 2011)

Feminist Visions 

Placements and the development of historical skills

London College of Communication (2016 – now)

Exhibition Studies 

Design Writing 

Branded Choices 

Design Activism

Forecasting Futures

Photographic Philosophies

Creative Entrepreneurship

Contextual and Theoretical Studies