Category Archives: Writing

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF

Interview: Richard Parry on upcoming GI Festival for Mousse Magazine

Published HERE. Cut and pasted below: Richard Parry and George Vasey in conversation Ahead of Glasgow International’s opening on the 20th April, the festival’s new Director Richard Parry meets with George Vasey to talk about planetary scale computation, Twitter politics

Interview: Richard Parry on upcoming GI Festival for Mousse Magazine

Published HERE. Cut and pasted below: Richard Parry and George Vasey in conversation Ahead of Glasgow International’s opening on the 20th April, the festival’s new Director Richard Parry meets with George Vasey to talk about planetary scale computation, Twitter politics

Talk: What We Talk About (When we Talk About Work) at NGCA, Sunderland: 5th April

Documentation of the talk is archived HERE.  ‘Fictional Encounters’ Thursday 5th April 6-8pm Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland The forthcoming event in the What We Talk About … series of public discussions will explore the use of language as a

Talk: What We Talk About (When we Talk About Work) at NGCA, Sunderland: 5th April

Documentation of the talk is archived HERE.  ‘Fictional Encounters’ Thursday 5th April 6-8pm Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland The forthcoming event in the What We Talk About … series of public discussions will explore the use of language as a

Writing: Elizabeth Jackson

As Light as a Painting. I wonder what the entirety of my house and its possessions would weigh if I were to put them all on a giant set of scales. Would it be heavier than my neighbours? Maybe all

Writing: Elizabeth Jackson

As Light as a Painting. I wonder what the entirety of my house and its possessions would weigh if I were to put them all on a giant set of scales. Would it be heavier than my neighbours? Maybe all

Writing: AV Festival review for Frieze

Published 20 March 2018 I’m sat at an imposing table in Newcastle’s Civic Centre with around 20 people discussing what provisions we’d take on an imaginary raft. From seeds to books, the group offers up a diverse range of things

Writing: AV Festival review for Frieze

Published 20 March 2018 I’m sat at an imposing table in Newcastle’s Civic Centre with around 20 people discussing what provisions we’d take on an imaginary raft. From seeds to books, the group offers up a diverse range of things

Exhibition: Anna Barham ‘Sick Ardour’ at Newcastle University

As part of my Curatorial Fellowship at Newcastle University, I’ve curated a solo exhibition of a new single screen film by Anna Barham. The exhibition is accompanied by a performance by Anneke Kampman on the 1st March. More information below:

Exhibition: Anna Barham ‘Sick Ardour’ at Newcastle University

As part of my Curatorial Fellowship at Newcastle University, I’ve curated a solo exhibition of a new single screen film by Anna Barham. The exhibition is accompanied by a performance by Anneke Kampman on the 1st March. More information below: