Category Archives: media archaeology

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

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

AMT Manual

The AMT Office Manual is out at last! This has been a lovely little summer project with Jussi Parikka. With great contributions from colleagues near and far.

AMT Manual

The AMT Office Manual is out at last! This has been a lovely little summer project with Jussi Parikka. With great contributions from colleagues near and far.

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