I am serving a menu of possible future entities such as evolved iron, post-human parasitical fungi, and sentient algae to help us talk speculative science/fiction, for this Saturday event.
Stories from the ever-ending world: this afternoon of talks and tastings brings together speakers from microbiology to science fiction to consider what forms of communications or communion might exist in the near future, whether among humans or beyond them. Curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak for Jerwood Staging Series.
Sat 17 March 2018, 10:00 – 17:00
A one-day hands-on workshop at the Calthorpe community project on the theme of food production, sustainability and closing the energy loop with artist researchers from the Slade School of Art. Join an experiment to test a hydroponic plant machine, originally devised by NASA and make your own vegetarian closed loop sausages.
I'm showing some objects found and witten about during summer residency at Phytology, at this huge exhibition, with 50 other international artists and creatives, goats, cheese, fish and microbes. This survey show explores the contradictory nature of society’s relationship to the rural, bringing together art, architecture, nature, farming, conservation, food and education.
Manifold selects works from the the V&A Ceramics and Glass collections, on view in the galleries from the 20th March – 13th April.
I have made a new video piece in response to the ancient ceramics collection at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL as part of a residency with studio group Manifold. Our responses to the Museum include books, projection mapping, a drawing machine, ancient Egyptian bread baking kits... and pots.