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exhibition: ‘Somehow You and I Collide’

Please come along and see what I’ve been up to! Still contemplating genetics and mutation but straying further afield in my technique and materials… Come find my collaborative piece that is taller than me and involves steel rods, red light and a motor!

open studio: MA Art & Science

Please come along December 7 from 2-8pm to see work in progress, experiments and performances from me and 39 classmates, all interdisciplinary practitioners exploring the interconnections between art and science. There is some amazing work happening here! Central Saint Martins Archway Campus, Elthorne Studios, 9-15 Elthorne Road, London N19 4AJ

Art & Science at Central Saint Martins

I’ve abandoned my 225 sq. ft. private studio for a desk space among 39 others in Central Saint Martins studios in Archway, London! In October 2016, I began an MA programme in Art and Science, investigating the creative connections between art and science and how to communicate those relationships and ideas. … Read More

See Me Through This / BRCA1

The phrase “POSITIVE FOR A DELETERIOUS MUTATION” still hung in the air as I clicked off the phone. All caps. The way I’d later see it written on the official test results. “I’m afraid … your test … came back positive,” she had said. My test. Even the silence of … Read More

A mountain story

Years ago I rediscovered an unpublished manuscript my grandfather wrote in 1955 after participating in the rescue of an injured mountaineer on Denali, North America’s highest peak (then Mount McKinley). I’d seen this manuscript before, when my father was alive, but it took on greater significance now, a tenuous connection … Read More

BRCA1 / See Me Through This

  The phrase “POSITIVE FOR A DELETERIOUS MUTATION” still hung in the air as I clicked off the phone. All caps. The way I’d later see it written on the official test results. “I’m afraid … your test … came back positive,” she had said. My test. Even the silence … Read More

A Mountain Rescue Story

    A few years ago I rediscovered an unpublished manuscript my grandfather wrote in 1955 after participating in the rescue of an injured mountaineer on Denali, North America’s highest peak (then Mount McKinley). I’d seen this manuscript before, when my father was alive, but it took on greater significance … Read More

On Grief and Dying

      My father died from cancer several years ago, at age 64. Only three months passed between diagnosis and death, and those months and the following years were emotionally charged and often isolating. But through that experience—through his death—came life. Something was born within me, and I began … Read More