On 25th April 2023 I will be sharing my research into how families with young children engage with gallery activity sheets. The event is co-hosted by Dundee Contemporary Arts and Engage Scotland:
New website design
Please bear with me whilst I redesign my website following many years of neglect!
I’m currently a postgraduate researcher at University of Dundee, working with Dundee Contemporary Arts on the research project Art at the Start.
I am shortly off to Hong Kong with my project ‘Hear a Pin Drop Here’, courtesy of Kwai Tsing Theatre’s Art Snap festival, and Forest Fringe.
Updates will be found on the Hear a Pin Drop Here website.
RISE, 21st June 2014
Passing Through and Settling, 4th and 5th May
I’m currently working on the launch weekend for a community art project taking place in Girton, Cambridge. So far, I have a dawn chorus listening event at 5am on Sunday 4th May, with local physicist James de Winter teaching us about sonograms, followed by 10 One Minute Birdwatching sessions on Monday 5th May. If you’re near Cambridge, please come!
Monomania Festival 8th March, Cambridge
Cafe Jukebox at Hunt & Darton Cafe, Edinburgh
Battersea Arts Centre 7th June 7.15pm
Three works, coming soon
A quick update:
Friday 17th May at 11pm (yes, PM) I will be performing a new version of Passing Pluto at Norwich Arts Centre. http://norwichartscentre.co.uk/live-art-club-friday/
Friday 24th May from 11am-4pm I am investigating the electromagnetic fields of Corby’s new Cube building, with Fermynwoods Contemporary Art. http://www.fermynwoods.co.uk/current-programme/workshopstalksevents/holly-rumble/
Friday 7th June 7.15pm is the culmination of a week’s pin dropping around Battersea Arts Centre. Join me for a talk and a tour.
Passing Pluto, 8pm Friday 1st February
A new performance, specifically made for this Late Night at The Minories event:
Whales often communicate at a frequency too low for humans to hear, and their calls can travel vast distances through the oceans. A recording of whalesong is included on The Golden Record, currently hurtling through space on the Voyager 2 spacecraft. This performance lecture explores these startling distances, and attempts to visualize the enormous soundwaves of whalesong.