Selected Past Events:
14 March 2017 (Geneva, Switzerland)
Panelist, Saying War, Building Peace, Palais des Nations, United Nations Headquarters.
22 September 2017, MoMA PS1 (Queens, NY)
Panelist, "Photobooks: Protest and Resistance," Contemporary Artists' Book Conference, New York Art Book Fair.
5 October 2017 (New York, NY)
Panelist, Bending the Frame: Where do we go from here? Moderated by Fred Ritchin, NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
16 October 2017 (New York, NY)
Symposium Panelist, What Does it Mean to Make Art at Guantánamo?, John Jay College, CUNY.
13 November 2017 (Paris, France)
Artist’s Lecture & Discussion, Photography in the Age of Global Surveillance and Perpetual Wars, with Lewis Bush,
Columbia University Global Centers.
10 February 2018 (Paris, France)
Conversation between Debi Cornwall, Aglaia Konrad, Paola Yakoub, and curator Diane Dufour on work in the group show,
En Suspens (In Between). Le BAL.
16 March 2018 (Houston, TX)
Creative Conversation with James Estrin, New York Times Lens editor, Fotofest Biennial.
5 April 2018 (New York, NY)
Aperture PhotoBook Spotlight talk with Lesley A. Martin and David Chickey, AIPAD.
13 May 2018 (Sydney, Australia)
Artist's Lecture, Head On Photo Festival.
28 June 2018 (Philadelphia, PA)
Panel discussion, "Rendered: Art, Wrongful Imprisonment, and Guantánamo."
With releasee memoirist Mohamedou Ould Slahi (via Skype from Mauritania); attorney Christi A. Charpentier; and artist Emily Abendroth, founder of the Lifelines project. Moderated by Prof. Nicole Fleetwood.
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
18 August (Percé, Canada)
Artist's Talk (in french)
les Rencontres de la Photographie en Gaspésie
Percé-Rocher National Park Discovery Center.
8 October (New York, NY)
Artist's Lecture, Pace University (Art as a Vehicle for Social Change).
11 October (New Haven, CT)
Artist's Lecture, Yale Law School Visual Law Project.