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
I was recently awarded a PhD by Published Work from the University of Westminster, and – because of several requests
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
So here I am, back in Washington DC on Super Tuesday (writing this the day before I post), observing a
I’ve been back in the UK for the opening of Arts Catalyst’s new Centre for Art, Science and Technology in King’s
A hugely significant meeting in Washington DC last week barely made it onto the front pages of the world’s newspapers.
Discussions about the future of science and technology have increasingly considered how interdisciplinary working might contribute to science’s discoveries and
In the dunes of White Sands desert, on Sunday 8th November 2015, for the first time in the world,
I’m excited to let you know that, for the next 12 months, I’ll be based in Washington D.C., from where
The text of short talk that I gave at DASER in Washington DC a couple of weeks ago, as part
Antarctica science has been major news recently, with the apparent discovery of gravitational waves by the BICEP2 (Background Imaging of Cosmic
Speaking at the inaugural London LASER event at the University of Westminster about some of Arts Catalyst’s seminal projects over