Some thoughts on the evolution of my curatorial practice from co-inquiry to cultural inquiry and curating the institution through a move between different scales and types of arts organisation.
And Say the Animal Responded? was the first large-scale show I curated for FACT Liverpool after joining as Director in
Oceans 4.0 in Autumn 2019 was the first show I curated for FACT Liverpool as its new director. It heralded
I haven’t posted since I joined FACT Liverpool as its Director in May 2019. I guess I’ve been busy –
In April I left Arts Catalyst, the organisation I founded 25 years ago, to take up my new post as
The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture – edited by curator Nicola Triscott and artist Fiona Crisp, published by Arts Catalyst – is a collection of texts, images and conversations that present fundamental physics and the physics of the universe as human activities and cultural endeavours.
In 1977, NASA launched two robotic probes, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, into space to study the outer solar system. Passing beyond our sun’s planetary
My paper ‘Curating contemporary art in the framework of the planetary commons’ was recently published in The Polar Journal. Volume
I was recently awarded a PhD by Published Work from the University of Westminster, and – because of several requests
I visited Fukushima in 2014. Fukushima. The word – like Chernobyl or Three Mile Island – is synonymous with nuclear
Arts Catalyst recently published this small publication to mark the planned launch of Ariel Guzik’s Holoturian in the Gulf of California in
Extractive capitalism has spread over our world with a rapacious force. From the mineral-rich Congo to mountaintop removal coal mining
Let us talk about oceans. About resilience. About the sailor. During the past week, I have had the joy of spending
A few weeks ago, Arts Catalyst launched the Graveyard of Lost Species, a public monument by artists YoHa (Graham Harwood
A surprising number of people have said to me lately that they don’t know any Leave supporters at all. So I