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Georgia Perkins is a PhD researcher in the Visual Cultures department at Goldsmiths University. Her work critically examines the subatomic scale, indeterminacy and the sensible. Perkins is a curatorial fellow at SIRIUS, having collaborated on previous projects such as the ‘Anton Vidokle: Citizens of the Cosmos’ Exhibition at Rampa, Porto. She is a core member of the Counterfield Collective and CHASE-funded Liquidity Cohort, and previously co-organised a series with Dr. Bridget Crone, inviting the participation of guests such as Astrida Neimanis and Jamie Linton. She currently has a residency with Zero Corners entitled ‘The Body in Algorithms’ and is part of the ‘Intelligence Debiased’ programme at Exposed Art Projects. She has published an E-Flux reader on ‘Dizziness’ and has co-authored an article with Callum Bradley for the Antennae journal which is to be published imminently. She has also given papers at conferences including ‘Beyond Borders: Empires, Bodies, Science Fictions’ for the LSFRC research group in September 2020 on ‘Speculative F(r)ictioning and Slimy Indeterminacy’, and a paper on ‘Dizzying Swamp Protocols and Con-fusing Indeterminacy’ at the ‘Indeterminate Futures/Futures of

Indeterminacy’ conference at the University of Dundee in November 2020, with keynote speakers Karen Barad and Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi.

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