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2006 Residency at Project Row Houses, Houston, Texas, meets Mel Chan and begins work on the New Orleans series. Collaborates on sound scape and architectural work with Charlie Dark of Blacktronica. Publications: Prints Now: Directions and Definitions, Gill Saunders, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. “Gallery Education as Research,” Abdu’Allah, Engage 18, Dis-Assembly, Serpentine Gallery, London. Publication: Local Worlds, Monica Miranda, Portugal. 2007 Solo show: Goldfinger opens at the Cafe Gallery, London. Wins first prize at Tallinn Print Triennial, Estonia. Publications: The Nature of the Beast, Cultural Diversity and the Visual Sector: A Study of Policies, Initiatives and Attitudes 1976-2006, Richard Hylton, ICIA, University of Bath, England. Life is More Important than Art, Gilane Tawadros, ed., Ostrich, London. Political/Poetical, Eve Kask, Kumu Kunstmuseum, Tallin, Estonia. Art of Negotiation, Arts Council, London 2010 Performs Live Salon at Tate Britain and meets UW– Madison Professor Henry J. Drewal for the first time. Invited as a visiting professor by Stanford University, The Department of Art & Art History, meets Enrique Chagoya. Solo show: The Art of Dislocation, Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford University. Publication: The BFI Gallery Book: The British Film Institute’s Contemporary Art Gallery, BFI Southbank Gallery, London. 2008 Group shows: Landfall, Museum of London-Docklands, England. Local Worlds Spaces, Visibilities and Transcultural Flows, Centro Cultural de Lagos + Forte Pau da Bandeira, Lagos, Portugal. British Film Institute Browning of Britannia about the black member of the Royal family. Show sparks controversy. Appears on Radio 4, hosted by Hardeep Singh Kolhi. Spends time in South Africa, meets with photographer Andrew Tshabanghi. 2009 Group show: Chasing Mirrors, National Portrait Gallery, London, England. W.H.I.T.E (why have I told everything), Whitechapel Gallery, London. About the 1936 Battle of Cable Street. Publication: Tradewinds-Landfall, exhibition catalogue, curated by artist Ingrid Pollard, London. 2011 Film: Double Pendulum featuring Olympic athlete Jeanette Kwakye. 2012 First retrospective: The Art of Dislocation, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno (CAAM), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. Publication: Photography: the Whole Story, Juliet Hacking, ed., Thames and Hudson, London. 2013 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence, University of Wisconsin–Madison. 55