My article in the spring/summer 2019 edition of Sluice magazine.
My column from the autumn/winter 2018 edition of Sluice Magazine.
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.
My latest column for Sluice magazine.
Towards a fair artist residency.
Notes on two new exhibitions of work by queer artists.
9am-12, Friday 9th June at The Brunswick Club, Bristol.
An interactive, locative app intended to provide an insight into living with dementia.
Southampton City Art Gallery, Thursday December 1 2016.
This way to the Tourist Misinformation Office.
b-side Festival, Portland, Dorset, 10-18 September 2016.
Writing workshops for artists based in Northumberland and the Borders.
Portland, Dorset, October 8-9 2015.
Two accidental forays into surrealism by British boys’ paper The Hotspur, which amazingly lasted until 1981. I say amazingly, although on the other hand there were lots of British colonial era things that inexplicably carried on into the 1980s and beyond. Not to mention that The Hotspur‘s first issue had on its cover a plane-sized eagle attacking an actual aeroplane, and came with a free “Black Cloth mask” for no immediately apparent reason, so they definitely started as they meant to go on.
The cover above is almost certainly not referring to the fact that this football player has a feature likely to make him popular with the ladies and about 10% of the gentlemen, but instead that he scores goals by kicking unexpectedly wide. As for how and why somebody decided to counter this tactic by installing a gung ho…
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