Manchester, November 2018.
I’ll destroy you with my mini-submarine, Mr Bond.
My column from the previous issue of Sluice magazine is now online, on the pervasive metaphorical debt of the art world, the perpetual actual debt of artists, and lazy little […]
Art at the Open Data Institute.
Photos from my performances at b-side in 2018.
Tech magic with Hunter Moon at Site Gallery, Sheffield, 29/09/18.
The Portland Office for Imaginary History re-opens for b-side Festival 2018, and I’m allowing myself an exclamation mark for it! Walking tours on the 8th, 9th, 15th and 16th September, […]
Summary of my research on the mental health of artists for a-n: the artists information company.
What I’m doing this autumn!
As is now traditional (well, three years in a row), I collaborated with CTRLZAK Studio and JCP to provide names and narratives for a collection of hybrid but functional art-design […]
I was inspired– negatively, so… unspired?– by the fuss about a recent Frida Kahlo Barbie doll, of which the doll itself was probably the least offensive thing. Yes, […]
The Portland Office for Imaginary History is re-opening in September 2018!
New article for a-n News.
My latest column for Sluice magazine.
Towards a fair artist residency.
Notes on two new exhibitions of work by queer artists.
Folkestone, Saturday 23rd September 2017.
9am-12, Friday 9th June at The Brunswick Club, Bristol.
New edition of Sluice magazine out now, May 2017.
An interactive, locative app intended to provide an insight into living with dementia.