I am an artist/writer/researcher based in London. I am also a member of TBC Artists' Collective.
Here is my blurb:
We Are Keeping An Eye On… is an online space dedicated to considering not only contemporary visual culture but, also emergent themes within online and digital life. My responses range from written reviews, critical & creative writing, visual essays, short PDF publications and ‘curated’ posts.
The impact of the web and computer / digital culture is highly evidenced in Documenta13. The importance Documenta has placed on these academic theories and their subsequent relationships with the art world gives me confidence in managing an editorial discussing these themes.
However, some of what is posted on here may not link entirely with this manifesto so, these particular posts should serve as useful reference points for readers who wish to consider interesting exhibitions, films, books or cultural phenomenon.
The Cross References project is a series of simple ‘curated’ blog posts, pulling together the work of two or more artists, writers, thinkers, poets etc who I believe share a commonality. The aim of this is to provide further thought for readers whilst not placing too much of an obvious theoretical context upon the work itself. The relationships should be tangible without much of a narrative voice, hence my decision to call them ‘curated’. An online space such as a blog, is a creative and flexible platform to bring these relationships to a wider audience, without having to rent spaces or ship art works. I am very open to collaborating and expanding this practice, so please contact me if you are interested.
I have also worked on:
In 2011 a commission for Slice, a cross-continental project between artists in London, UK and Lahore, Pakistan and a contribution to TBC’s long term research project A Message To… in which myself and other members of the collective created and installed new works in Houston, Texas.
Last year I produced writing for Visible Tracks, an Arts Admin project documenting the exhibition Wake Archipelago at Dilston Grove, London. My writing on performance was also published in COPY // unfold. Additionally I edited and designed the Altered States issue of 12-Pages Online Project Space. This year (2012) I am working on editing the Terror issue of 12-Pages as well as pursuing independent research practice.