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 Established in 2013, this is an interdisciplinary and international research group that focuses on self-representation in visual arts, film, and new media. 

The research group works on projects involving publications, conferences, seminars, and screenings, in collaboration with researchers, filmmakers,  and artists.  

 

NEWS

NEW PUBLICATION:

 

Book launch

From Self-Portrait to Selfie: Representing the Self in the Moving Image

Friday 5th July, 6 pm

Birkbeck Cinema 

 

"From Self-Portrait to Selfie: Representing the Self in the Moving Image", ed. by M. Tinel-Temple, L. Busetta, M. Monteiro, Peter Lang 2019

 

Muriel Tinel-Temple's blog, Experimental Self-Portraits in the moving Image, in now on the LUX website:

https://lux.org.uk/writing/experimental-self-portraits-lux-collection

Experimental Self-Portraits in the LUX collection

Saturday 28th  January 2017, 2pm

Birkbeck Cinema

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/events-calendar/experimental-self-portraits-in-the-lux-collection-2

BIMI Essay Film Festival Prelude Screening and discussion: Orlando Ferito, Vincent Dieutre, 2015

Friday 12th February 2016, Birkbeck Cinema

 

Screening Magic Mirror: Sarah Pucill in conversation with Laura Mulvey

Friday, October 16 2015, Birkbeck Cinema

A series of first-person films from the Middle East screened at the Barbican in May 2015. Programme curated by Alisa Lebow & Gali Gold.

"i/eye in conflict: i/eye in conflict: personal stories from the middle east"

 

Exhibition on the Self-portrait at the Turner Contemporary:

Self: Sat 24 Jan - Sun 10 May 2015