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30th June, 2014

Ricarda Vidal

Ricarda Vidal

Ricarda Vidal   is a lecturer, translator and curator. She teaches in the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries and the Department of German at King’s College London.

Her first book, Death and Desire in Car Crash Culture: A Century of Romantic Futurisms (Peter Lang, 2013) explored the fascination with speed and the car crash in cultural production. Her co-edited collection of essays on contemporary approaches to death, The Power of Death, (Berghahn, 2014) and her co-edited volume Alternative Worlds (Peter Lang, 2014) will both be published this autumn.
Her current academic and curatorial research focuses on Translation Games, a  research and exhibition project around the theme of translation in literature and the fine arts, which was funded by a KCI Creative Futures award in its initial phase. Together with the artist Sam Treadaway she also runs the bookwork project Revolve:R, an exploration of visual communication in collaboration with 24 international artists.

 


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