About

I am a curator, artist, writer and producer whose work spans diverse collaborations across politics, health, activism and public space. I am interested in critical approaches to text and have worked with voice, publishing, collage and performance. I am interested in feminist practices, and hope to create what Isabelle Stengers would call an “Ecology of Practices” exploring subjugated and disappearing knowledges within existing archives and creating alternative collective archives and bodies of knowledge as a practice of reimagining the future.

In 2018 I was commissioned by the Wellcome Collection, London alongside Amy Sharrocks and Clare Qualmann to produce publication called Daylight as part of a curatorial project called Daylighting that revealed new forms of knowledge produced by female artists, thinkers and scientists.

In 2017 I was the co-convenor of the Folkestone Summer School of Economics with Rebecca Conroy which brought artists together to discuss how we might radically recompose the bodies responses to the onslaught of financialisation, supported by Live Art Development Agency and the Urban Room Folkestone. I am curator of The Ash Archive,  and have lead The Ash Project which responds to the ongoing deaths of ash trees across Europe. 

I recently completed a Masters by Research in Curatorial / Knowledge a programme based in the Visual Cultures department at Goldsmith’s College, London. I have written for a number of publications and journals, including UN magazine, realtime, states (of wake), daylight, and was a writer in residence for the SPILL festival of live art.

As an artist I worked with Panther for 8 years and I have produced works in residencies, festivals and venues across Europe, Asia and Australia, including; CCA Glasgow, Westspace Melbourne, ANTI Festival, Kuopio, PACT Zollverein, Essen, South Projects, Jogjakarta. I am a founding member of Mimic Mass a multi vocal sound art experiment for voice and technology with Nigel Brown.