Research

Learning in Public

I was invited to take part in Parallel Show #4: a day long performance research group at Tate Britain initiated by Frans Van Lent (Willem de Kooning Akademie).  Read more

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Learning in Public

I was invited to take part in Parallel Show #4: a day long performance research group at Tate Britain initiated by Frans Van Lent (Willem de Kooning Akademie).  Read more

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A Call from the Library

A live installation or group exercise in ‘listening to’ and ‘playing’ the public library as a building, concept, utopian project, and space of knowledge production. The ‘score’ was the former public library itself.  Read more

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A Call from the Library

A live installation or group exercise in ‘listening to’ and ‘playing’ the public library as a building, concept, utopian project, and space of knowledge production. The ‘score’ was the former public library itself.  Read more

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The De Beauvoir Labs

The De Beauvoir Labs are a series of public interdisciplinary collaborations; fashioning unvalued skills into hybrid tools to collectively rethink utopian enterprises. The Lab format is open to take any form: a text, workshop, discussion, performance, song, diagram  Read more

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The De Beauvoir Labs

The De Beauvoir Labs are a series of public interdisciplinary collaborations; fashioning unvalued skills into hybrid tools to collectively rethink utopian enterprises. The Lab format is open to take any form: a text, workshop, discussion, performance, song, diagram  Read more

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Communal Materials; Or, Evolution Isn’t Fast Enough

The three project strands act as probes into the types of thinking that might be produced through working with skills, ideas and methods that are of questionable value in the current economic climate.  Read more

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Communal Materials; Or, Evolution Isn’t Fast Enough

The three project strands act as probes into the types of thinking that might be produced through working with skills, ideas and methods that are of questionable value in the current economic climate.  Read more

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Composing Differences at MoMA PS1

A week long research project and events programme organized in collaboration with MoMA PS1, and e-flux. The project brought together artists, curators, and researchers from France and the United States who establish new art platforms, explore tactics of knowledge production that promote the circulation of knowledge, and experiment with art as an agent of social change.   Read more

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Composing Differences at MoMA PS1

A week long research project and events programme organized in collaboration with MoMA PS1, and e-flux. The project brought together artists, curators, and researchers from France and the United States who establish new art platforms, explore tactics of knowledge production that promote the circulation of knowledge, and experiment with art as an agent of social change.   Read more

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Gardening with Julian Barbour

Gardening at the home of Julian Barbour, theoretical physicist and controversial author of The End of Time: The Next Revolution in our Understanding of the Universe (1999), while discussing his views on the illusory nature of time.  Read more

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Gardening with Julian Barbour

Gardening at the home of Julian Barbour, theoretical physicist and controversial author of The End of Time: The Next Revolution in our Understanding of the Universe (1999), while discussing his views on the illusory nature of time.  Read more

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Intuiting the Swedenborgian UFO

A site-specific and performative workshop exploring methods of collaborative ‘reading’ and ‘writing’, time and intuition through exercises drawing on polymath and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg’s extensive knowledge productions.

Activities included after-service tea, biscuits, conversation and singing with members of the Swedenborgian Church congregation; and outdoor group exercises drawing from techniques in psychometry, flash-fiction writing, meditation practices and chaos magic.  Read more

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Intuiting the Swedenborgian UFO

A site-specific and performative workshop exploring methods of collaborative ‘reading’ and ‘writing’, time and intuition through exercises drawing on polymath and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg’s extensive knowledge productions.

Activities included after-service tea, biscuits, conversation and singing with members of the Swedenborgian Church congregation; and outdoor group exercises drawing from techniques in psychometry, flash-fiction writing, meditation practices and chaos magic.  Read more

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Group Research Project: Vision Forum London

A two year practice-led research project supported by Linköpings University in Sweden. The research group included myself and six others: artists, curators, theorists and a medical GP.   Read more

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Group Research Project: Vision Forum London

A two year practice-led research project supported by Linköpings University in Sweden. The research group included myself and six others: artists, curators, theorists and a medical GP.   Read more

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DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit)

Artist research project DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit) based at Goldsmiths.
As part of the project, we presented ‘a-dead-or-a-live networking event’, It says what it does on the tin: An expert encounter, at E:vent Gallery in London.   Read more

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DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit)

Artist research project DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit) based at Goldsmiths.
As part of the project, we presented ‘a-dead-or-a-live networking event’, It says what it does on the tin: An expert encounter, at E:vent Gallery in London.   Read more

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