The book Ewva: European Women's Video Art in the 70s and 80s, including my chapter Desire for More, will soon be available on Amazon.


This is one of the outcomes of the AHRC funded project EWVA based at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee. It was launched at the Media Art Festival in Rome in February 2015.

More information about the research project here:

I have been invited to become Visiting Professor Beijing Geely University 北京吉利大学. A great honor.

Watch this space for news about the forthcoming publication #TransActing: A Market of Values co-edited with Dr Marsha Bradfield, Verina Gfader, Dr Amy McDonnell and Eva Sajovic. It aims to reperform as a publication the event of the same name held in July 2015 on the historic Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, located between Tate Britain and Chelsea College of Arts. 

Explore the Critical Practice wiki for more information.

Cinzia Cremona

Artist and researcher, I studied at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UAL, and in 2014 I completed the practice-based PhD Intimations: Videoperformance and Relationality at the University of Westminster.

My recent networked body of work, By Invitation Only, examines the potential of sharing food remotely as a strategy to examine remote intimacy.

My videoperformances focusing on relationships and intimate interactions form a coherent body of work that make full use of the power of screens to activate mediated relationality. My work has been exhibited in Europe, the USA, Russia and Japan.

Since 2013 I have been a research fellow at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (University of Dundee). The book Rewind Italia: Early Italian Video Art will be published by John Libbey Publishing in 2015 and include her chapter Authorship, collaborations and international contaminations: Videoperformance in Italy in the ‘70s. Most recently, I contributed to the research project EVWA.

As an active member of the research cluster Critical Practice based at Chelsea College of Art and Design (UAL), I have been involved in developing practice-based research strategies focused on shared knowledge production, expanded performative events, participatory art practices, and alternative collaborative methodologies. Most recently, #Transacting: A Market of Values.

I co-curated the international moving image and performance programme Visions in the Nunnery at the Nunnery Gallery, London, between 2007 and 2016, as well as organizing related events, discussions and symposia, and publishing reviews and essays.