Alex Ungprateeb Flynn
Deputy Principal Investigator

Alex Ungprateeb Flynn works on aesthetics, politics and subjectivity and has conducted ethnographic research on these issues in Brazil since 2007. Working with social movements as well as with actors from within contemporary art, his research explores how activist intervention and artistic practice can be understood as relational and transformational processes, prompting the theorisation of fields such as the production of knowledge, the configuration of the ‘Global South’, and the unmaking of utopian horizons. Alex has convened undergraduate and postgraduate modules at the Universities of East Anglia and Durham and is the co-convenor (with Jonas Tinius) of the Anthropologies of Art [A/A] network.

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