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

FRICTION

I gave a talk a couple of weeks ago at the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing’s Friction-themed day (English Department, University of Southampton, convened by Sarah Hayden). I spoke about readability and ‘thinkership’ in conceptual art and poetry, and

FRICTION

I gave a talk a couple of weeks ago at the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing’s Friction-themed day (English Department, University of Southampton, convened by Sarah Hayden). I spoke about readability and ‘thinkership’ in conceptual art and poetry, and

Two performances at John Hansard Gallery

Walter van Rijn and I will be delivering two performances at the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton in October. The first on Thursday 4 October, 6 pm to 8 pm, the second on Saturday 27 October, 2pm to 4pm. These

Two performances at John Hansard Gallery

Walter van Rijn and I will be delivering two performances at the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton in October. The first on Thursday 4 October, 6 pm to 8 pm, the second on Saturday 27 October, 2pm to 4pm. These

X marks the Bökship

I worked with Sunil Manghani to give a presentation and deliver a workshop at Flat Time House in Peckham, South London, former home and studio of the artist John Latham. The house is now a gallery and education space dedicated

X marks the Bökship

I worked with Sunil Manghani to give a presentation and deliver a workshop at Flat Time House in Peckham, South London, former home and studio of the artist John Latham. The house is now a gallery and education space dedicated

Translate and Describe is out!

I’m very proud to have an essay in Amodern 8: Translation–Machination, edited by Christine Mitchell and Rita Raley. My essay, ‘Translate and Describe: Archive-Based Image Description as an Intermedial Translation Technique’, maps the relationships between two forms of information processing: direct (literal) translation

Translate and Describe is out!

I’m very proud to have an essay in Amodern 8: Translation–Machination, edited by Christine Mitchell and Rita Raley. My essay, ‘Translate and Describe: Archive-Based Image Description as an Intermedial Translation Technique’, maps the relationships between two forms of information processing: direct (literal) translation