The membrane that could as well be a splinter
The annoyance, the frustration that we feel, that made us walk with caution, that made us turn our heads slightly to keep an eye on the membrane, to make sure as much as we could that we are not hitting our heads in it, has turned into fear and self blame.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Contemporary Art Practice, 2019
Fictioning around notions of the collective, the individual, science, reason, unreason, hegemony, and the Parliament. Live writing soundscapes embedded in performative short stories; installing floating membranes of calm oppression.
- BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice, University of Westminster, London, 2016
- Le Grand K book launch, Gossamer Fog, London, 2019; Things Going Nowhere, Dyson Gallery, London, 2018; In the Meantime, EnclaveLab, London, 2018; Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2018
- Le Grand K (editor), 2019; The National Assembly, Le Grand K, 2019; State of Glory, State of Glory, 2018; An Interruption, Royal College of Art Critical Practice Work in Progress Show Publication, 2018