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Image credit: Roberta Segata

Image credit: Roberta Segata


On Translations

Research strand

Public Programmes and Research (PP&R) is a programme of free talks, film screenings, performances, workshops, symposia, and publishing practices taking place at Nottingham Contemporary. It informs and expands on ideas raised by the exhibitions and engages with critical debates surrounding contemporary socio-political and cultural issues. The programme aims to connect the interests of our local community with current debates from across the globe.
PP&R is structured across long term themed research strands. The exhibition From Ear to Ear to Eye (about listening and translation) serves as the backdrop for the launch of our new research strand On Translations. This strand will explore relationships between the politics of translation and contemporary visual cultures.
Watch out for the On Translations series line below our upcoming events to indicate which ones are part of this new research strand.
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