CURRENT & FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS, TALKS, EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS


That’s how the light gets in
Spring, 2021
Landscape journal

An essay on the history of urban lighting, with problems and potentials for the future.




Negroni Talks #29: Artwashing
April 01, 2021
Fourth_space

Panelist for regular architecture discussion series, looking at where arts and built environment meet, and who this benefits.

You can register to attend here.



3x3 Series - Xxx and the City: Romance and the City
April 14, 2021
The Academy of Urbanism

Presenter and panelist of an event exploring different, unexpected connections between romance the urban.

Further information here.






Mo-tel House
2021
RIBA Journal

Short study of materials and products in the Office S&M design.




Rake Collective - Instagram takeover
May 17-23, 2021
Rake Collective

A short takeover of the platform’s Instagram profile to share and promote some political, research and social projects which straddle art and architecture.



Introductory talk to screening of “Free Time”, by Manny Kirchheimer
June 08, 2021
The Barbican Ciname

Introduction to a screening of Kirchheimer’s recently restored 16mm film of New York of the late 1950s, set to music of Count Basie, Ravel and Eisler.




Composed upon Vauxhall Bridge, March 9, 2020
2021
The Dark Preview

A creative non-fiction text for the research project into lighting and the night-time city.



Fluid Perspectives
2021
Architektūros fondas, Vilnius, Lithuania

An essay and other outcomes TBC following my role as “keynote listener” for a floating discussion around building narratives, rivers and cities. Due to Covid, I was unable to travel to Vilnius to take part in the live event, but instead the collaboration will take new forms.



Past and Future, book
2021
Canalside Press

A book of my writing and visual projects considering man-affected place, time & decay.

Details: https://www.canalsidepress.com/



Critic walking tour guide
September 2021
Folkestone Triennial

Postponed from 2020 due to coronavirus, I will be a guest critic offering public tours around Triennial artworks.