Jane Birkin & Jussi Parikka in conversation

Jussi Parikka and I have a piece about our two books on photography on the Media Theory blog. This informal conversation, entitled ‘On Practices of Images and Measures of Practice’ picks up on our two recently published books, my Archive, Photography

Jane Birkin & Jussi Parikka in conversation

Jussi Parikka and I have a piece about our two books on photography on the Media Theory blog. This informal conversation, entitled ‘On Practices of Images and Measures of Practice’ picks up on our two recently published books, my Archive, Photography

Journal of Visual Art Practice, twenty years on

I’m Visual Essays Editor on this journal and I’m happy to have contributed to an article celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the Journal: Jane Birkin, Ed D’Souza & Sunil Manghani (2021) A visual, journal practice: Journal of Visual Art Practice,

Journal of Visual Art Practice, twenty years on

I’m Visual Essays Editor on this journal and I’m happy to have contributed to an article celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the Journal: Jane Birkin, Ed D’Souza & Sunil Manghani (2021) A visual, journal practice: Journal of Visual Art Practice,

Institutional Metadata and the Problem of Context

Very happy to say that my article ‘Institutional Metadata and the Problem of Context’ was published in Digital Culture and Society, no.1 (2021): The Politics of Metadata (special issue). Full contents list here And my abstract: The traditional archive catalogue

Institutional Metadata and the Problem of Context

Very happy to say that my article ‘Institutional Metadata and the Problem of Context’ was published in Digital Culture and Society, no.1 (2021): The Politics of Metadata (special issue). Full contents list here And my abstract: The traditional archive catalogue

Diffracting Digital Images

I gave a talk on 26 March 2021 at the networking event, Diffracting Digital Images, a symposium presenting transdisciplinary imaging/sensing practices as a context for the Mootookakio’ssin [Distant Awareness] and Concepts Have Teeth projects. These projects, funded by the New Frontiers Canada Research

Diffracting Digital Images

I gave a talk on 26 March 2021 at the networking event, Diffracting Digital Images, a symposium presenting transdisciplinary imaging/sensing practices as a context for the Mootookakio’ssin [Distant Awareness] and Concepts Have Teeth projects. These projects, funded by the New Frontiers Canada Research

My new book is here

It arrived today so it’s real at last More about it here Read the TOC and introduction here

My new book is here

It arrived today so it’s real at last More about it here Read the TOC and introduction here

Surface and Apparition: the Immateriality of Modern Surface

I’m very pleased to be included in this volume, edited by Yeseung Lee. More details and reviews here. Great chapters across many disciplines. I look forward to reading them all.

Surface and Apparition: the Immateriality of Modern Surface

I’m very pleased to be included in this volume, edited by Yeseung Lee. More details and reviews here. Great chapters across many disciplines. I look forward to reading them all.

RELATION

I gave a short talk and presented a slideshow of images at the RELATION research day, organised by Sarah Hayden for the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing (University of Southampton English Department) on 21 January 2020.  View the slideshow

RELATION

I gave a short talk and presented a slideshow of images at the RELATION research day, organised by Sarah Hayden for the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing (University of Southampton English Department) on 21 January 2020.  View the slideshow

I gave a talk at Tate Modern

As part of my involvement in Winchester School of Art’s ‘Itinerant Objects’ programme at Tate Exchange, I gave a talk on Jenny Holzer’s Artist Rooms exhibit. Focusing mainly—but not entirely—on Holzer’s ‘truisms’, I took the theme of ‘information as art’,

I gave a talk at Tate Modern

As part of my involvement in Winchester School of Art’s ‘Itinerant Objects’ programme at Tate Exchange, I gave a talk on Jenny Holzer’s Artist Rooms exhibit. Focusing mainly—but not entirely—on Holzer’s ‘truisms’, I took the theme of ‘information as art’,

S L I P at Tate Exchange

S L I P was a  participatory artwork that I devised for Winchester school of Art’s ‘Itinerant Objects’ programme at Tate Exchange, on the fifth floor of the Blavatnik Building at Tate Modern, 5-7 April, 12-6pm. The project came directly out

S L I P at Tate Exchange

S L I P was a  participatory artwork that I devised for Winchester school of Art’s ‘Itinerant Objects’ programme at Tate Exchange, on the fifth floor of the Blavatnik Building at Tate Modern, 5-7 April, 12-6pm. The project came directly out

Office Truisms in Neural #61

My series of Office Truisms, the postcard versions that I first designed for the Archaeologies of Media and Technology (AMT) research group, are featured as an extra in the wonderful Neural magazine, with a postcard  placed against its position on a holding graphic

Office Truisms in Neural #61

My series of Office Truisms, the postcard versions that I first designed for the Archaeologies of Media and Technology (AMT) research group, are featured as an extra in the wonderful Neural magazine, with a postcard  placed against its position on a holding graphic