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 […]
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.
I contributed my wisdom (?) to this book by Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley. As a famous idiot once said (and as referred to on page 9 of the book […]