Translate and Describe

I’m very pleased that my article ‘Translate and Describe: Archive-Based Image Description as an Intermedial Translation Technique’ has been accepted by Amodern, to be published in a special issue entitled Translation-Machination. I’m especially happy that the journal has accepted as part of

Translate and Describe

I’m very pleased that my article ‘Translate and Describe: Archive-Based Image Description as an Intermedial Translation Technique’ has been accepted by Amodern, to be published in a special issue entitled Translation-Machination. I’m especially happy that the journal has accepted as part of

Cartographic Operations

I have a piece in an exhibition on map-making at the Level 4 Gallery, University of Southampton, alongside work from Abelardo G. Fournier, Ian Dawson and Sunil Manghani.  My piece precisely maps the electricity and metal sub-structures in a section of the gallery

Cartographic Operations

I have a piece in an exhibition on map-making at the Level 4 Gallery, University of Southampton, alongside work from Abelardo G. Fournier, Ian Dawson and Sunil Manghani.  My piece precisely maps the electricity and metal sub-structures in a section of the gallery

On Lunacy

I read with Jussi Parikka for his speculative theory performance for radio On Lunacy. The piece references Walter Benjamin’s 1933 radio play Lichtenberg, as a way in to the exploration of contemporary topics such as military communication and misinformation, racism and xenophobia. It will be aired on the Copenhagen

On Lunacy

I read with Jussi Parikka for his speculative theory performance for radio On Lunacy. The piece references Walter Benjamin’s 1933 radio play Lichtenberg, as a way in to the exploration of contemporary topics such as military communication and misinformation, racism and xenophobia. It will be aired on the Copenhagen

Anachronism: a symposium

I spoke at a conference on anachronism at Queen Mary, University of London. My talk in the panel on Archives and Archaeology was around the temporal anomalies within sets of archive photographs; how archival ordering presents and preserves discontinuities and deviations

Anachronism: a symposium

I spoke at a conference on anachronism at Queen Mary, University of London. My talk in the panel on Archives and Archaeology was around the temporal anomalies within sets of archive photographs; how archival ordering presents and preserves discontinuities and deviations

Air Show

I’m just starting to make a little object that I hope will be included in an exhibition to go alongside the Minimalism: Location Aspect Moment conference (organised by the Department of English, University of Southampton and Winchester School of Art) The object comes in

Air Show

I’m just starting to make a little object that I hope will be included in an exhibition to go alongside the Minimalism: Location Aspect Moment conference (organised by the Department of English, University of Southampton and Winchester School of Art) The object comes in

Describing the Archive: Preservation of Space, Time and Discontinuity in Photographic Sequences

My article is in Networking Knowledge (Journal of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) 9(5) and is available here    

Describing the Archive: Preservation of Space, Time and Discontinuity in Photographic Sequences

My article is in Networking Knowledge (Journal of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) 9(5) and is available here    

Preserving the Temporal Vectors of the ‘Archived’ Image

I gave a poster presentation at the recent Image as Vortex conference at the Ashmolean Museum, organised by the humanities department at the University of Oxford. Here’s the poster – click to read  

Preserving the Temporal Vectors of the ‘Archived’ Image

I gave a poster presentation at the recent Image as Vortex conference at the Ashmolean Museum, organised by the humanities department at the University of Oxford. Here’s the poster – click to read