Inside the book, my written piece and photo detail the wearable art I’ve been making for the street protests and political rallies we have held and attended over the past year. I describe how my practice adapted from making sound pieces for a gallery context or to release on vinyl, to text on cloth featuring hashtags and slogans.
A 2 day conference “Tomorrow, Today: Woman Life Freedom” Wednesday April 19th /[…]
I asked women from Iran to think about what we overseas should know, and what we might do, and there are surprising, important results. I also got to question a seasoned and renowned activist Steve Marsling.
A film on the personal as political and the personal as transferable. Stories of migration, bravery, distance and loss.
The performance began with my own words “I am wondering what is beyond and above empathy?
If there’s anything Covid has taught us, with all it’s various concomitant lockdowns,[…]
This year the Frieze Week Specials ran from 23-27th September, with exciting new[…]
“And while we were dozing, the money crept in…”
(Aspects of a talk given at University of Bristol’s English Literature Department conference[…]
I’ll be giving a keynote on improv and noise at the below conference on May 22nd, 2019 in Ghent, Belgium. Nic Collins (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) and Nicholas Cook (University of Cambridge) are also speaking.