Roshini Kempadoo 27.1.2011 Goldsmiths ‘Thursday Club’



27th January 2011

Roshini Kempadoo is a London based photographer and international media
artist. For the Thursday Club she will discuss Domino Effects a multimedia
interactive artwork and involves an inter-disciplinary approach toresearch and a creative outcome, involving HCI design, visual culture,
performance, sonic environments, postcolonial and global studies, andcreole theories.


Recent writings:
Kempadoo, R. (2008) ‘Amendments: A fictional re-imagining of the Trinidad
archive.’ Journal of Media Practice, 9:2, pp. 87 – 99.

Recent exhibitions:
Liminal: A Question of Position
Rivington Place, London
March -25th April 2009

7th Encuentro: Staging Citizenship: Cultural Rights in the Americas
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
National University of Colombia
August 21-30, 2009

Online portfolios
Represented by Autograph, A selection of photographs from a range of work
is available.

Open Frequency – Axis curated programme
Nominated by Mark Sealy, Director of Autograph, 2005.

Roshini Kempadoo is a London based photographer, media artist, and Reader
in Media Practice at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences,
University of East London. Recent exhibitions include: Staging
Citizenship: Cultural Rights in the Americas (2009) 7th Encuentro, Museo
de Artes, National University of Colombia, Bogotá; Liminal: A question of
position (2009) Rivington Place, London; Art & Emancipation In Jamaica:
Isaac Mendes Belisario And His Worlds, (2007) Yale Center for British Art,
USA; and the retrospective exhibition Roshini Kempadoo work: 1990 – 2004,
(2004) Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, London. Recent publications include:
‘Amendments: A fictional re-imagining of the Trinidad archive.’(2008)
Journal of Media Practice, 9:2; ‘Back Routes: historical articulation in
multimedia production,’ in Alan Grossman and Áine O’Brien (eds.) 2007
Projecting Migration: Transcultural Documentary Practice, Wallflower
Press, London; and ‘Digital media practice as critique: Roshini Kempadoo’s
installations Ghosting and endless prospects’ in Victoria Arana (ed.) 2007’Black’ British Aesthetics Today,Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.



Venue: 3/4, Ground floor, Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths University of

Cost: Free to all

Time: 18:00 – 20:00

Further information contact: j.jefferies[@]
Club convenor: Professor Janis Jefferies
Department: Computing (Digital Studios)