I am a writer, researcher, educator and artist.
My work is concerned with re-articulating the digital in light of current debates surrounding posthumanism, and is predominantly realised through critical fabulations that treat everything as a science fiction.
I am currently finalising a PhD in Art (and writing) Practice at Goldsmiths, University of London. My research project explores digital autonomy, (post)human error and glitches in Things through fabulations of The Phantom Zone, The Thing, Robinson Crusoe, Kipple, and other detritus.
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I am visiting lecturer for the History of Art, Design and Film at Kingston University, London, and visiting lecturer in Digital Media Arts at London South Bank University. If you would like to employ me, please get in touch.
I don’t feel the need to distinguish between words, links, videos and images. This website is my attempt to play between their differences.
The stream section of this site archives what I read, write, watch, think and research as part of an ongoing experiment of networks and memory. Many of the ideas captured in this web will eventually make up the content of my thesis. You can think of it as an interactive notebook/portfolio. Click. All. The. Things.
Some ongoing net / network art projects you should take a look at:
- Gifbites: collaborative project on/about/for animated GIFs
- Glti.ch: net/performance collaboration with Kyoung Kim
- rourke_ebooks: a twitter bot version of me
My really really really old blog/website, huge-entity.com, has gone into stasis. Explore it at your leisure.