*Always already political at the Mosiac Rooms London, September 2021, 

Readings with Sophie Collins and Quinn Latimer followed by in conversation with Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot

Writers and poets Quinn Latimer and Sophie Collins join curators Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot to discuss the politics of language in poetry and the visual arts. They take Lisa Robertson’s provocation that our speech is “always already political”, taken from her untitled essay of 2012, in NILLING: Prose essays on noise, pornography, the codex, melancholy, Lucretius, folds, cities and related aporias as a starting point to consider poetry as a means of resistance to social and political domination in our current moment. The conversation and readings will consider ideas of the vernacular and translation in relation to poetry, distribution, publishing and exhibition practices.

Thinking Time Talks on Collaboration & Connection, Art Angel, March 2021.

Artists Jos Bitelli, Abbas Zahedi, Rosalie Schweiker and Fabienne Hess join Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot in conversation on the topic of: Collaboration & Care in a new live-streamed talk + audience Q&A.

Galerija Nova / WHW + WHW Academija - April 2020

In April 2020 Hana and Lynton have been invited to give a lecture on their research and a screening, followed with a workshop with the students of the WHW Academy.

Talk show on Resonance FM February 2020

Mark William Lewis discusses two texts from the current issue. Adam Hines-Green profiles Sung Tieu, whose work explores the persistent state of threat we live in under global capitalism as a legacy of the Cold War, whilst Hana Noorali reviews an exhibition at State of Concept in Athens which covers Greece’s recent cultural output and gives voice to civil unrest in the wake of extreme austerity measures in the region.

An audio tour of The Season of Cartesian Weeping at David Roberts Art Foundation in December 2019

Written and presented by Hana Noorali Lisson… ON AIR, is a series of podcasts that will mostly be recorded from Lisson Gallery’s London location. Episodes will include readings, engagement with the gallery’s extensive archive, as well as special contributions from Lisson Gallery artists.

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Kathryn Lloyd, Jamie Sutcliffe & Lynton Talbot presented by Matt Hale.


Kathryn Lloyd on Ivan Argote’s show at Space, Jamie Sutcliffe brings a worm’s eye view to art and the Chthulucene and Lynton Talbot discusses the Whitechapel Gallery’s Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) exhibition.