Writing: We Have the Weights, We Have the Measures for Copperfield, London

I’ve written a text for the group exhibition, ‘We Have the Weights, We Have the Measures’ at Copperfield, London. The exhibition includes work by ​Ewa Axelrad, Daniel de Paula, Marco Godoy, ​Ella Littwitz and Oscar Santillan. The show is on until

Writing: We Have the Weights, We Have the Measures for Copperfield, London

I’ve written a text for the group exhibition, ‘We Have the Weights, We Have the Measures’ at Copperfield, London. The exhibition includes work by ​Ewa Axelrad, Daniel de Paula, Marco Godoy, ​Ella Littwitz and Oscar Santillan. The show is on until

Writing: Anna Bunting-Branch Profile

I’ve written a profile on the work of Anna Bunting-Branch for the new website Artworks London. You can see the site HERE.    Anna Bunting-Branch Anna Bunting-Branch works across sculpture, painting and animation investigating Feminist genealogies, science fiction and female

Writing: Anna Bunting-Branch Profile

I’ve written a profile on the work of Anna Bunting-Branch for the new website Artworks London. You can see the site HERE.    Anna Bunting-Branch Anna Bunting-Branch works across sculpture, painting and animation investigating Feminist genealogies, science fiction and female

Writing: Gabriel Lester at CAC, Vilnius for Frieze Magazine.

I’ve written a review of Gabriel Lester’s exhibition ‘The Nine Day Week’ at CAC, Vilnius for Frieze magazine. You can read it HERE. 

Writing: Gabriel Lester at CAC, Vilnius for Frieze Magazine.

I’ve written a review of Gabriel Lester’s exhibition ‘The Nine Day Week’ at CAC, Vilnius for Frieze magazine. You can read it HERE. 

Exhibition: These Rotten Words at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

I’m curating These Rotten Words, an exhibition at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. Information pasted below: 17th March (Opening) 18th March – 11th June2017 Rebecca Ackroyd, David Austen, Johann Arens, Anna Barham, Marie-Michelle Deschamps, Foundation Press, Anneke Kampman, Joanna Piotrowska and

Exhibition: These Rotten Words at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

I’m curating These Rotten Words, an exhibition at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. Information pasted below: 17th March (Opening) 18th March – 11th June2017 Rebecca Ackroyd, David Austen, Johann Arens, Anna Barham, Marie-Michelle Deschamps, Foundation Press, Anneke Kampman, Joanna Piotrowska and

Writing: Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s at The Photographers’ Gallery for Art Monthly

The Photographers’ Gallery London 7 October to 15 January The artist Ulrike Rosenbach stands to the side of Elvis Presley with a gun in her hand and holster around the hip. The artist plays Bonnie to Presley’s Clyde. Scrawled over

Writing: Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s at The Photographers’ Gallery for Art Monthly

The Photographers’ Gallery London 7 October to 15 January The artist Ulrike Rosenbach stands to the side of Elvis Presley with a gun in her hand and holster around the hip. The artist plays Bonnie to Presley’s Clyde. Scrawled over

Publication & Exhibition (Potholes: Eric Bainbridge Drawings 1981-2015)

To coincide with the exhibition Potholes at Workplace, London (following on from the NGCA, Sunderland show earlier this year), I’ve co-edited a book on Eric Bainbridge’s drawings with Adam Phillips. You can get it direct from CIRCA Projects (first 25

Publication & Exhibition (Potholes: Eric Bainbridge Drawings 1981-2015)

To coincide with the exhibition Potholes at Workplace, London (following on from the NGCA, Sunderland show earlier this year), I’ve co-edited a book on Eric Bainbridge’s drawings with Adam Phillips. You can get it direct from CIRCA Projects (first 25

Writing: Ditte Gantriis ‘Sexual Feeling’ Frutta Gallery, Rome

Exhibition Text for Ditte Gantriis solo exhibition at Frutta Gallery, 17 November – 23 December Imagine a painting of the sea. A full moon partially hidden by thin clouds. The inky sky reflected in the expansive ocean. The image is

Writing: Ditte Gantriis ‘Sexual Feeling’ Frutta Gallery, Rome

Exhibition Text for Ditte Gantriis solo exhibition at Frutta Gallery, 17 November – 23 December Imagine a painting of the sea. A full moon partially hidden by thin clouds. The inky sky reflected in the expansive ocean. The image is