Writing

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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Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness

I have two texts in the limited edition artist publication, Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness. The publication will be launched as part of fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness

I have two texts in the limited edition artist publication, Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness. The publication will be launched as part of fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Version 1

Version 1 is a hand-folded book with essay and series of diagrams
Produced with AND Publishing, Artquest, and Hato Press.
Launched at The London Art Book Fair 2014, Whitechapel Gallery, London.  Read more

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Version 1

Version 1 is a hand-folded book with essay and series of diagrams
Produced with AND Publishing, Artquest, and Hato Press.
Launched at The London Art Book Fair 2014, Whitechapel Gallery, London.  Read more

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Configuring the Potential

Commission to create a response to the Merlin James exhibition at Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art in London. For the commission, I extended my performance, ‘Live Diagramming’, through a collaboration with sound artist group AWC.
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Configuring the Potential

Commission to create a response to the Merlin James exhibition at Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art in London. For the commission, I extended my performance, ‘Live Diagramming’, through a collaboration with sound artist group AWC.
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Figure 1

Performance commission for the opening night of 3-part solo exhibition. Through a combination of live performance, installation and text, ‘Figure 1’ works to open a parallel fictional  Read more

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Figure 1

Performance commission for the opening night of 3-part solo exhibition. Through a combination of live performance, installation and text, ‘Figure 1’ works to open a parallel fictional  Read more

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Time Capsules and Conditions of Now

Published with David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) and Vision Forum.
This reader-reconfigurable, two-dimensional, six-directional, double-sided publication made in collaboration with six other artists can currently be found at: Banner Repeater, London; Inc. livros e edicoes de autor, Porto; and Audiatur, Norway  Read more

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Time Capsules and Conditions of Now

Published with David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) and Vision Forum.
This reader-reconfigurable, two-dimensional, six-directional, double-sided publication made in collaboration with six other artists can currently be found at: Banner Repeater, London; Inc. livros e edicoes de autor, Porto; and Audiatur, Norway  Read more

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Four Figures (low resolution) and a Technique of Extraction

What is clear is that the sounds whether consciously heard or not, are local and do something locally. The scrubbed sections continue to perform, but not from a (transcendental) distance.   Read more

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Four Figures (low resolution) and a Technique of Extraction

What is clear is that the sounds whether consciously heard or not, are local and do something locally. The scrubbed sections continue to perform, but not from a (transcendental) distance.   Read more

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Audio-fictions

Five sound pieces that draw on and interweave thinking from fields of knowledge including physics, neuroscience, psychology and philosophy.  Read more

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Audio-fictions

Five sound pieces that draw on and interweave thinking from fields of knowledge including physics, neuroscience, psychology and philosophy.  Read more

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One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch

Site-responsive fiction installation at David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), London
Intended as a sculptural as well as impossible object of thought, the fiction begins with a thought experiment implicating both gallery space and reader, and spanning two floors of the gallery, continues through the gallery floor.  Read more

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One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch

Site-responsive fiction installation at David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), London
Intended as a sculptural as well as impossible object of thought, the fiction begins with a thought experiment implicating both gallery space and reader, and spanning two floors of the gallery, continues through the gallery floor.  Read more

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Fig. 4 at David Roberts Art Foundation

Time Capsules and Conditions of Now simultaneously takes the form of a publication and an exhibition. The research team is made up of artists, curators and writers who have together embarked upon heterogeneous explorations of the conditions of now in the continuously shifting constellation of time-presence-gravity.  Read more

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Fig. 4 at David Roberts Art Foundation

Time Capsules and Conditions of Now simultaneously takes the form of a publication and an exhibition. The research team is made up of artists, curators and writers who have together embarked upon heterogeneous explorations of the conditions of now in the continuously shifting constellation of time-presence-gravity.  Read more

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Museum of Work

My performative workshop titled Speculative Fictions is at The Museum of Work in Sweden. Focusing on two main topics: What does artistic research imply and how does knowledge function in the artistic field?, I will explore these questions together with GP and artist Vanda Playford.   Read more

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Museum of Work

My performative workshop titled Speculative Fictions is at The Museum of Work in Sweden. Focusing on two main topics: What does artistic research imply and how does knowledge function in the artistic field?, I will explore these questions together with GP and artist Vanda Playford.   Read more

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Holography for Beginners

In his conception of the holomovement, Bohm used the analogy of the hologram to explain the appearance of objects in the world. He suggested that the world is comprised of imperceptible (to the human eye) energy within which no internal or external distinctions exist and, as in holographic technology, opacity is created by wave frequency interference. In other words, all material things arise from patterns of interference, or folds, temporarily highlighted in the mobility of a universal flux.   Read more

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Holography for Beginners

In his conception of the holomovement, Bohm used the analogy of the hologram to explain the appearance of objects in the world. He suggested that the world is comprised of imperceptible (to the human eye) energy within which no internal or external distinctions exist and, as in holographic technology, opacity is created by wave frequency interference. In other words, all material things arise from patterns of interference, or folds, temporarily highlighted in the mobility of a universal flux.   Read more

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