Bus Stop Theory: Experiencing the Banal
Bus Stop Theory is quotidian study into the various everyday dimensions of bus stops in the built environment. Engaging with the design of bus stops and a number of political and philosophical ideas that surround the increasing shift toward the commodification of public space, the work uses the bus stop as a kind of prism through which the unsteady modernization of everyday life can be focused.
School of Humanities
MA Critical Writing in Art & Design, 2015
I am a London-based writer, whose work addresses the design of public space, street furniture and municipal architecture. I often work collaboratively with artists, illustrators and designers.
- 'On Drink Driving Rehabilitation', The Horse is Dead Long Live the Horse, 2014; 'Wholly Communion', Albertopolis Companion, 2015; 'Bus Stop Theory: Experiencing the Banal', 2015