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I recently made a visual content description of photograph for 3rd year WSA Fine Art student Ejaz Christilano. I know nothing about this image, other than it’s a family photograph. Description here.

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I recently made a visual content description of photograph for 3rd year WSA Fine Art student Ejaz Christilano. I know nothing about this image, other than it’s a family photograph. Description here.

Trialling the PhD show

Thesis submitted and after a heavy few months with head in writing mode, time to get back to thinking about the practicalities of practice and plan for the viva show. In January I had use of the Winchester Gallery to

Trialling the PhD show

Thesis submitted and after a heavy few months with head in writing mode, time to get back to thinking about the practicalities of practice and plan for the viva show. In January I had use of the Winchester Gallery to

The Grey Institute at the 4th Interreg

The Grey Institute (a practice-based research group co-founded with Rima Chahrour, gave its first conference paper in November 2014 – a lecture-performance at 4th Interreg Conference ‘Global Culture and Creativity’ (University of Southampton and EM Normandie). Here is the transcript of our

The Grey Institute at the 4th Interreg

The Grey Institute (a practice-based research group co-founded with Rima Chahrour, gave its first conference paper in November 2014 – a lecture-performance at 4th Interreg Conference ‘Global Culture and Creativity’ (University of Southampton and EM Normandie). Here is the transcript of our

In conversation with Victor Burgin

Victor Burgin visited WSA on the week of 10 November 2015 and delivered a public lecture on the Tuesday of that week. On the Thursday I was lucky enough to be able to present my work to him and a

In conversation with Victor Burgin

Victor Burgin visited WSA on the week of 10 November 2015 and delivered a public lecture on the Tuesday of that week. On the Thursday I was lucky enough to be able to present my work to him and a

‘Looking at Images’ launch at British Library

Tuesday 4 November 2014 saw the launch of our e-book Looking at Images: a Researcher’s Guide (edited by Rima Chahrour, Sunil Manghani and me). About 60 people came along – many who had not contributed to the e-book (this is

‘Looking at Images’ launch at British Library

Tuesday 4 November 2014 saw the launch of our e-book Looking at Images: a Researcher’s Guide (edited by Rima Chahrour, Sunil Manghani and me). About 60 people came along – many who had not contributed to the e-book (this is

Archaeologies of Media and Film

I presented a paper at this conference at Bradford University (in conjunction with the National Media Museum), 3-5 September 2015. My paper was entitled ‘Photography and Description: Archives, Order and Specific Time’ and referenced Wolfgang Ernst, Victor Burgin and the work of

Archaeologies of Media and Film

I presented a paper at this conference at Bradford University (in conjunction with the National Media Museum), 3-5 September 2015. My paper was entitled ‘Photography and Description: Archives, Order and Specific Time’ and referenced Wolfgang Ernst, Victor Burgin and the work of

Looking at Images: Workshop 1

On 21 May 2015 we held the first of two related workshops for our AHRC-funded ‘Looking at Images’ project. The event, at Winchester School of art, began with presentations by Sunil Manghani, Marq Smith, Mihaela Brebenel, Phaedra Shanbaum, Nina Pancheva-Kirkova, Rima

Looking at Images: Workshop 1

On 21 May 2015 we held the first of two related workshops for our AHRC-funded ‘Looking at Images’ project. The event, at Winchester School of art, began with presentations by Sunil Manghani, Marq Smith, Mihaela Brebenel, Phaedra Shanbaum, Nina Pancheva-Kirkova, Rima