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workshop: Tate Exchange Studio Complex

In January, Julie Light and I will be hosting two drop-in workshops at the Tate Exchange as part of Central Saint Martins’ week-long takeover to challenge ideas around what a studio can be in the face of financial constraints and diminishing space available for artists to work. ‘My Studio is … Read More

exhibition: Cryptic: Art and Science

Please join me 24-27 November for the Cryptic: Art and Science exhibition at the Crypt Gallery on Euston Road. Cryptic examines the relationship between art, science and technology, and features artworks that use technology and science variously as medium or message. 19 artists examine the relationship between art, science and technology, through diverse works … Read More

Artist’s residency at THECUBE

On this residency at THECUBE, I’ve been interested in how we process emotion: how it is situated within the body, how we recognize it in ourselves and others, and how that recognition can transform us. I created this earlier piece, The Girl Who Carries Her Burdens in Her Hair, after … Read More

residency: Lumen in Italy

I’m super pleased to be attending the Lumen Residency in August 2017. Lumen is a London-based art collective focused on themes of astronomy and light. Through art, exhibitions and seminars in London, and residencies, Lumen aims to raise a dialogue about how humanity understands existence. The two-week residency takes place … Read More

exhibition: CSM x CMS: Entangled

Following two fantastic trips to Geneva hosted by CERN’s art@CMS programme, we are going to be exhibiting CERN-inspired work June 14-17 at Four Corners Gallery in Bethnal Green, London. It will be an exciting exhibition showcasing really diverse work and interests–including my piece referring to PET scan development as a … Read More

residency & exhibition: THECUBE

Em-em (embodiment and emotion) residency is a 7-month-long collaboration between seven Central Saint Martins’ MA Art and Science students and THECUBE in East London. THECUBE is a co-working and exhibition space dedicated to design, science and technology, and hosts a research lab focused on the study and understanding of how … Read More

CERN’s large hadron collider

A few basics: CERN stands for the European Organization for Nuclear Research, although the name does little to convey the scope of the work, which today focuses on particle physics. Physicists and engineers from around the globe build and monitor experiments to investigate the structure of the universe. The large … Read More