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Alex Reynolds lives and works in Brussels and Berlin. Her work has traveled through post boxes and telephones, has been stalked down city streets and observed through windows to end up hanging out between speakers and screens in exhibitions or cinemas, for example, more recently, Editorial Thinking, Index Foundation (Stockholm), There is a Law, There is a Hand, there is a Song, Guggenheim Bilbao (Bilbao), or 'Safe, safe, safe', the Pulse of the House Beat Softly, La Panera (Lleida), FIDMarseille film festival, Les Rencontres Internationales, Cinematek, Aesthetica Film Festival and Kunstfilmtage Düsseldorf.
Reynolds is currently guest professor in KASK, Ghent, and member of the research group Social Acoustics - Communities in Movement.

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