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Published works:

Productive mimesis and parler-femme: A theory towards becoming Siren
Published as part of the Interjection Calendar 003 by Montez Press.

The Trouble with Whorephobia: a contemporary re-evaluation of the myth of Mary Madalene
Published in 'Religion, Ideology and Violence', Journal of Religion & Culture, Vol. 27 (No. 1), December 2016.

Artwork published in DA THIRST, Issue 4, 2015.

I CUNT, THEREFORE I BECOME
Published in HYSTERIA, Issue #6 Eruption, HYSTERIA press, 2015.

Talks:

Rosanna McNamara hosts the Kathy Acker Reading Group, as part of the ICA exhibition I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker, July 2019.

Presented 'What is a Cyborg?' at The Culture Capital Exchange event Cyborg Futures, June 2019.

FORKED performative lecture at the University of Reading, January 2018.

The negotiation of subjectivity and the ‘cell phone effect’ in Erykah Badu’s mixtape, ‘But You Caint Use My Phone’ (2015) presented as part of Re-wiring the Body at Disturbed, Hacked, Reassembled, a project curated by DRIVE-THRU, October 2017.

Presented a talk on Donna Haraway's 'A Cyborg Manifesto' (1985) as part of UTOPIA 2016: 15 Minutes of Utopia at Somerset House. August, 2016.

Digital Anthropophagy and Cultural Cannibalism: an exploration of cyborg embodiment and the prosthetic voice in remix and DIY culture, 'GobCentre Plus', The Hat Factory in Luton, March 2016.

When our lips sync together: an examination of lip-syncing as a medium of cyborg embodiment, University of Reading, February 2016.

Beauty and the Abject: the representational limits of depicting the dead Christ, with special reference to Rembrandt's 'The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman', presented at the Beyond Speech conference, University of Manchester, May 2015

Other:

Hosted embroidery workshops as part of Art Clubbers' BASILDONIA community project in Basildon, Essex, February 2019.

The Syncing of the Sirens.

NO (ANA MENDIETA WAS MURDERED BY CARL ANDRE).

Reclaiming the Cyborg: an investigation into feminist prophecies of gendered technological embodiment in female contemporary performance art, with specific reference to Donna Haraway's 'A Cyborg Manifesto' (1985).