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  1. 26 April 2018 | Visualising the Chinese Megacity, UCLAN, What can we tell them that they don’t already know? Visual representations of contemporary urban China

    3-4 Oct 2017 | Contemporary Research IntensiveThe contemporary condition, Research Pavilion in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale, Contemporaneity

    22-24 June 2017 | Postcards from the anthropocene: Unsettling the geopolitics of representationEdinburgh University, Curating the Anthropocene: Rare Earths, toxicity, and geopolitical representations

    14 April 2017 | Architectures of Displacement: China/UK, Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool,Tate Exchange - Rare Earths, toxicity, and geopolitical representations

    6 - 9 April 2017 | Association of Art Historians Annual Conference 2017, Loughborough University, Loughborough - Have Artists and Curators turned to Cyborgs? The case of Dani Ploeger's Retired Cybernetic Organism #2 at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

    19 - 20 October 2016 | AHRC - Creative Humanities: Thinking, Making and Meaning, Royal Northern College of Music, ManchesterEco-Technoscene: Theory, praxis and the curatorial

    7- 9 September 2016 | Joint East Asian Studies Conference (JEAS) 2016, SOAS, University of London - Sacrifice zones: An aesthetic response to digital materiality

    23 - 24 June 2016 | ‘Dynamic China’ British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), Kings College, London - Sacrifice zones: An aesthetic response to digital materiality

    20 - 21 May 2016 | CHEW, Visible and Invisible Challenges in Contemporary China, Oxford University, Oxford - Challenging the sensorium: media materiality in the era of the Anthropocene

    15 - 16 April 2016 | Boundaries/Crossings: Art, Culture, Politics, and Environment in Asia, Bard College, New York - Challenging the sensorium: media materiality in the era of the Anthropocene

    Sep 2015 | Panel Discussion: ‘The Industrial Road Project’,CFCCA, Manchester

    March 2013 | Panel discussion: ‘A conversation on the institutionalisation of protest’