February 20, 2014

Tribute Screening of The Stuart Hall Project (Dir. John Akomfrah)

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Written by: fundasenova
Stuart Hall Project

Department of Communication and Design invites to a tribute screening of The Stuart Hall Project, John Akomfrah’s emotionally charged portrait of cultural theorist Stuart Hall (1932 – 2014).
Stuart Hall, who died February 10 at the age of 82 is regarded as one of the most influential cultural theorists of 20th century. He was one of the founding figures of cultural studies discipline.

Director John Akomfrah’s film is a beautifully crafted chronological exploration of Hall’s life through archival footage and the sounds of Miles Davis.

26 February Wednesday at 5.30 pm
FF-B06, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture Building

About the Author

Funda Şenova Tunalı joined the Department of Communication and Design in 2012. She received her BFA, MFA and PhD degrees in Graphic Design at Bilkent University, Ankara, and a European Media MA degree in Image Synthesis and Computer Animation at the Faculty of Art, Media and Technology, Utrecht School of the Arts, Hilversum, NL. She is working on digital typography, user interface design and contemporary sound design.