Category Archives: exhibitions

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

Memorial Bench for Paul Grey

Working as the Grey Institute, I made this piece for a show at the Crypt Gallery in London. It continues the Grey Institute’s unique form of institutional critique. As the last line of the exhibition states,  ‘Above all, the Grey Institute

Memorial Bench for Paul Grey

Working as the Grey Institute, I made this piece for a show at the Crypt Gallery in London. It continues the Grey Institute’s unique form of institutional critique. As the last line of the exhibition states,  ‘Above all, the Grey Institute

Forecast, 1-55

I made a  piece with Sunil Manghani,  showing at the Blue Door Gallery, Lodge Road, Southampton. It’s a film made up of screen shots such as these of haiku notifications from the financial news site Quartz (including background image), taking

Forecast, 1-55

I made a  piece with Sunil Manghani,  showing at the Blue Door Gallery, Lodge Road, Southampton. It’s a film made up of screen shots such as these of haiku notifications from the financial news site Quartz (including background image), taking

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

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

to break us of our nasty linear habits

I curated a case in the recent Special Collections Gallery exhibition ‘The Book The Object’. The exhibition as a whole examined the book as material object, with displays from the construction to the post-production life (annotations, inserts etc) of books from 1478 to 2000.

to break us of our nasty linear habits

I curated a case in the recent Special Collections Gallery exhibition ‘The Book The Object’. The exhibition as a whole examined the book as material object, with displays from the construction to the post-production life (annotations, inserts etc) of books from 1478 to 2000.

Lecture-performance at the Crypt Gallery

July 30th I gave a lecture-performance in the unusual setting of the Crypt Gallery, in St Pancras Church, opposite Euston Station – part of an Exhibition called Meeting Point. The piece I performed was called ‘The Viewing of Las Meninas’

Lecture-performance at the Crypt Gallery

July 30th I gave a lecture-performance in the unusual setting of the Crypt Gallery, in St Pancras Church, opposite Euston Station – part of an Exhibition called Meeting Point. The piece I performed was called ‘The Viewing of Las Meninas’