RELAY
Full Program
Participant as DCC
RELAY, curated by Fiction Feeling Frame, is a durational conversation, a ritual in circumferential publicness, a performance becoming
telegraph, current, message. RELAY is a 24-hour global conversation hosted by the Biennale Architettura 2021
July 16-17. 2021. Biennale Architettura 2021. Venice; Filet Space. London; Frontyard. Sydney; African Futures Institute. Accra

Other Reproductive Technologies
Conference program
Talk at APS Psychosocial Bodies Conference. Univestity of Essex. July, 10. 2021

The Extractive Infrastructures of Knowledge
Slides
Talk at  The Makings of Arctic Expertise(s) panel (Chair  Dr. Nanna Katrine Lüders Kaalund and Dr  Johanne M. Bruun, University of Cambridge)  at the 10th International Congress for Arctic Social Sciences. June, 20. 20021

Caring for the Shaky Ground: Colonial ‘Weather’ and Decolonial ‘Weathering’ in the Crimean Peninsula
Talk as DCC at the Workshop Violence, Aesthetics, Anthropocenes: Colonialism, Racism, Extractivism.  (Chairs Dr Eray Çaylı Dr Christine Okoth, Dr Ignacio Acosta, Dr Helene Kazan, Dr Manca Bajec, and Dr Thandi Loewenson). LSE. London. April, 1. 2021. 
Abstract: 
We situate our research of the Anthropocene in the Crimean Peninsula, narrating its decolonial history through "interscalar vehicle" of local water infrastructures. Irrigation systems that span through Crimea can reveal "infrastructural (and thus causal)" (Larkin, 2013, 330) connections between narratives that are "kept apart" (Hecht, 2018). Infrastructural approach to the question of "who gets the access to clean water" isomorphic to "who gets to survive", as Andrea Ballestero points out, maps the roots of the issue in settler colonialism and decolonial resistance, otherwise obscured as a technical issue. Local water infrastructures point us to think of the local Anthropocene as "weather," defined by Christina Sharpe as the "total climate" (Sharpe. 2016, 76) of anti-black violence. In Crimea, this climate is anti-indigenous, permeating all spheres of native Crimean Tatars' life through Russian colonial infrastructure. Russian settler colonialism inflicted in the area since the 18th century through continuous displacement and dispossession of Crimean Tatars required enormous water infrastructures. In our project 'Caring for the Shaky Ground', we provide a non-linear map of both the colonial "weather" and decolonial "weathering" of Crimean Tatars. We follow the notion of "weathering" proposed by Astrida Neimanis and Jennifer Mae Hamilton to include acts of solidarity and resistance, highlighting the nature of Tatars' (de)coloniality as a process of water nourishment (Neimanis, Hamilton. 2018).

Where do I speak from, exactly?
Talk at the Graduate Colloquim  “Unbuilding binaries: Exploring affective and analytical responses to binary divisions as encountered in the field” Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies at University Regensburg. Germany. November 22, 2020

Decoloial Image Production
[Website]
Lecture as DCC  at Extracuriqular Practices.Moscow International Experimental Festival School

Postcolonial knowledge and art
Reading List
Course, Co-authored as DCC. Educational Enviroment  Online School. October - December, 2020.
The course decentralised the knowledge about art and to discuss the practical ways of destabilising the existing dichotomies of “centre and “periphery”, utilising the means of critical pedagogy. 

Alien processes: reproduction and time
Recording: Part  1 , Part 2
Symposium at The New School for Social Research, New York.February, 2020. 
Keynote Speakers; Reza Negarestani, Irina Aristarkhova. 
The main question of the symposium tachled was: how do we take care not to reproduce the current conditions but transform them?

Infrastructures of Hospitality
Slides
Talk at the seminar «Post-colonial, post-Soviet, post Earth: Alternative trajectories for media theory» (Bogna M. Konior)
The presentation discussed intersections between critical infrastructure studies and the contemporary theories of social reproduction, using Cyberfeminism in Russia as a case study
November, 2019. Universiteit van Amsterdam . Amsterdam.Netherlands