Associate Programmer

Letitia Calin is an artist, curator and researcher working at the intersection of artists moving image film programming, art curation, performance history and material culture studies. In her curatorial work she is predominantly preoccupied with manners of staging that enact a valorisation of feminist and collaborative methodologies, and the possibilities afforded by art to engender different kinds of social relations. Her most recent curatorial project is concerned with the sexual politics of female desire and patriarchal social and emotional reproduction. As part of the Research Department at the V&A Museum, she is researching the material conditions of museum exhibition displays in relation to choreographic and dramaturgical principles of object-relations in theatre and performance. In her spare time, she organises book clubs and free film screenings in community spaces across London as part of the curatorial and publishing platform Ingrid.

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