Following on from series of peer-to-peer workshops in Autumn /Winter 2012 as part of ongoing research into social practice, Spacex have now printed a publication to expand on this research. The workshops opened up a space to share experience, engage in peer critique and reflect critically on where theory meets practice when artists develop collaborative or participatory projects. Each session was led by a UK based practitioner with extensive experience of working with social practice; Emma Smith, Lotte Juul Petersen, Nuno Sacramento, Sophie Hope and Emily Druiff.
The publication aims to disseminate these discussions with texts by Martha Crean, Sophie Hope and Emma Smith.
For further information, or if you are interested in receiving a copy please contact email@example.com
I have been awarded Copenhagen Artist in Resident 2014 and will be hosted by the Factory of Art and Design in Copenhagen for February and March 2014.
On 18th January Delta Arts are hosting a one day symposium: The Ship of Empty Boxes, in collaboration with Birkbeck. This symposium is part of the research process for Delta Arts project Intermodal Flow: an artist residency on board a container ship sailing between the UK and China.
The Eterphilous Society (T.E.S.) is a collaborative project between myself and curator Lucia Garavaglia to research the notion of intimacy.
A new performance work was presented at Artsadmin on 21 November 2013.
Arnolfini gallery have just received a Wellcome grant to commission me to create a new project over 2014-2015. The work is called 5Hz and is a collaborative project between myself, cognitive neuroscientist Nina Kazaini, psycholinguist and phonetician Laurence White and musicologist Emma Hornby.
Love Me, Love Me Not is a new performance work produced for the ICA in the context of the Lutz Bacher exhibition.