Tuesday 17 January 2017

No longer in use

Hoping to have a website later this year. Keeping the blog up coz my friends say they like looking at it sometimes.

Thursday 10 September 2015

POLARaudio Interview

My fellow Duncan of Jordanstone graduate and good friend Neil Nodzak has started POLARdaudio - a podcast to get Edinburgh-based artists talking about their practices/careers. I feature on Episode 2!

Monday 20 April 2015

Sylva Caledonia

Sylva Caledonia is part of How the Light Gets In, Edinburgh International Science Festival's 2015 exhibitions series, co-curated with Summerhall and ASCUS.

The exhibition features Tim Collins and Reiko Goto with Sara Ocklind, Gerry Loose and Morven Gregor and Chris Fremantle's (ecoartscotland) library and seminar series. It explores the populace's relationship with ancient forests, asking wider questions about cultural ecology and the importance of including those working within the fields of arts and humanities in shaping the preservation, education, accessibility and future of areas of natural and historical importance. Below is the accompanying catalogue with foreword by me.

Sylva Caledonia Catalogue

Monday 5 January 2015


Adamastor Studios, Lisbon

Remember that craze when people would jump from a high balcony to a lower one? You could watch videos of the jumpers, shouting for joy as they leapt. Some landed safely, but others never got to the platform they were aiming for.

An impulse can last a very long time – even after you count to ten, you can still want to do it. And why don’t you do it? Who told you it was a bad idea anyway?

STATIC STATE: Alex Allan, Matt Barnes, Cornelius Dupre, Kevin Harman, Joel Kaplan, Liam Richardson and Norrie Harman.

Below: Collaborative text to accompany the exhibition by Gwendolen Dupre, Iona Ramsey and I.