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'''Penny Siopis''' is currently an Honorary Professor at Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town. Her work since the early 1980s has encompassed painting, film/video, photography and installation. All her explorations, whether with body politics, memory, migration, or the relations between the human and non-human, are characterised by her interest in what she calls the ‘poetics of vulnerability’ – embodied in the dynamic play between materiality and reference, chance and contingency, form and formlessness, personal and collective history.
 
'''Penny Siopis''' is currently an Honorary Professor at Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town. Her work since the early 1980s has encompassed painting, film/video, photography and installation. All her explorations, whether with body politics, memory, migration, or the relations between the human and non-human, are characterised by her interest in what she calls the ‘poetics of vulnerability’ – embodied in the dynamic play between materiality and reference, chance and contingency, form and formlessness, personal and collective history.
  
Her workshop is organized in the frame of the [https://art-recherche.be AR]/FNRS project Family films. Colonial anamnesis, dedicated to artistic and anthropological researches focusing on private family films shouted in colonial contexts.
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Her workshop is organized in the frame of the [http://art-recherche.be AR]/FNRS project Family films. Colonial anamnesis, dedicated to artistic and anthropological researches focusing on private family films shouted in colonial contexts.
 
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Publiée 2020-03-03
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23-27 mars 2020.

Ecole de Recherche Graphique [ERG] and Université Libre de Bruxelles [ULB].

Penny Siopis is currently an Honorary Professor at Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town. Her work since the early 1980s has encompassed painting, film/video, photography and installation. All her explorations, whether with body politics, memory, migration, or the relations between the human and non-human, are characterised by her interest in what she calls the ‘poetics of vulnerability’ – embodied in the dynamic play between materiality and reference, chance and contingency, form and formlessness, personal and collective history.

Her workshop is organized in the frame of the AR/FNRS project Family films. Colonial anamnesis, dedicated to artistic and anthropological researches focusing on private family films shouted in colonial contexts.