Fact: Being in a fashion magazine gets me more profile and more offers of work than being in an art magazine. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ https://www.elledecor.com/it/corner/a34569370/jcp-universe-collezione-arte-design-another-nature/
A most queer Gothic scientific romance Brontë family LARP...
DoxBox at Electric Dreams Festival!
Live shows for spring 2020 cancelled or postponed.
New exhibition at the Open Data Institute, London, from February 5 2020.
Free Art & Tech Socials event in Birmingham.
The latest issue of Sluice magazine is out now. The theme this time is looking to the natural world and to deep time for survival strategies. As usual I wrote an article for the magazine, and there's the now traditional cheeky decontextualised quote from it on the back cover... Londonians may wish to join us … Continue reading Sluice Magazine, Autumn/Winter 19-20
Photo by Paul Clarke for the Open Data Institute. New photos of DoxBox trustbot performances in London, November 2019.
My article in the spring/summer 2019 edition of Sluice magazine.
Performances all day, Saturday 10 August 2019.
Tech drag hot pink robot performance.
My column in the spring 2019 issue of Sluice magazine.
The Bank Job, London.
My column from the autumn/winter 2018 edition of Sluice Magazine.
Manchester, November 2018.
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 millennial fucks. The new issue is out very shortly, with more of my columnage.
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, bus tour 14th September, mobility scooter and wheelchair tour on the 16th. Top quality lies, direct to the public. Plan your festival visit here, there's … Continue reading The Portland Office for Imaginary History