Cinema, Friendship, and the Epistolary


Main Hall, Daniels Building
No registration required

Join us for a talk by Palestinian curator and writer Nasrin Himada on the subject of Cinema, Friendship, and the Epistolary. 

Himada’s practice is heavily influenced by their long-term friendships and by their many ongoing collaborations with artists, filmmakers and poets.

Their recent project For Many Returns experiments with writing as an act dictated by love and typifies their current curatorial interests, which foreground embodiment as method, desire as transformation and liberation through many forms.

Nasrin Himada currently holds the position of Associate Curator at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

Their talk is part of the MVS Proseminar series and is co-presented with Images Festival.