Category Archives: archival

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

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

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

Apparition

On 9 March I’m taking part in the symposium APPARITION: the (im)materiality of modern surface at Leicester De Montford University, organised by Design Cultures (De Montfort University) and Fashion Research Network. WSA’s Jussi Parikka is delivering the Keynote and I’m

Apparition

On 9 March I’m taking part in the symposium APPARITION: the (im)materiality of modern surface at Leicester De Montford University, organised by Design Cultures (De Montfort University) and Fashion Research Network. WSA’s Jussi Parikka is delivering the Keynote and I’m

A few words

Walter van Rijn has designed a small publication around our performance at the recent Festival of Words in Southampton. Make words great again.

A few words

Walter van Rijn has designed a small publication around our performance at the recent Festival of Words in Southampton. Make words great again.

SO: to speak

  Last Saturday I did a talk with my colleague and former WSA PhD buddy  Walter van Rijn as part of Southampton’s SO: to speak festival. The blurb is here. I read/ showed some found and some of my own descriptions,

SO: to speak

  Last Saturday I did a talk with my colleague and former WSA PhD buddy  Walter van Rijn as part of Southampton’s SO: to speak festival. The blurb is here. I read/ showed some found and some of my own descriptions,