New exhibition at the Open Data Institute, London, from February 5 2020.
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.
My column in the spring 2019 issue of Sluice magazine.
The Bank Job, London.
Art at the Open Data Institute.
What I'm doing this autumn!
Notes on two new exhibitions of work by queer artists.
New edition of Sluice magazine out now, May 2017.
Saturday 21 May, 12-6pm
A day of quickfire talks and performances at The Averard Hotel, 10 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3LH
Performance event 12-3pm Saturday 21 May 2016, London
Saturday 30th April at IMT Gallery, London E2, 6-9pm
An 1890 cartoon by John Tenniel, in which the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street– the Bank of England, so called for the City of London street where it was and still is located– doles out free money to silly, naughty boys, AKA bankers. The more things change the more they stay the same, and all the other appropriate sayings…
Two nice details: firstly, the boys have been playing at cards (emphasising that they’re just gambling and can lose just as easily as they win, no particular skill involved) and secondly, the Old Lady’s costume is made of money bags and bank notes.