Selini Halvadaki (b. 1985) is an artist working primarily in the field of moving images. Her research-based work explores how image production takes part in creating private and collective memory. She often works within a historical context of found footage mixed with new recordings in which moving images become a tool to initiate critical questions on the relationship between image production, historical narratives and identity. As part of her practice, Selini engages in different collaborative projects and organizes screenings and exhibitions as a way to explore collective and collaborative modes of production.


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