Artist and researcher based in London, UK.

I work collaboratively to make performances, installations, drawings, writings and workshops that explore the relationships between human and non-human actors in the built environment and across mediated space. My work borrows from other disciplines and cultural forms including human geography, music and theatre. I recently completed a practice-related PhD thesis about the spatial politics of Invisible Theatre at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, with financial support from the AHRC and UCL. Since then, I have been working as a Research Fellow within the Bartlett Centre of Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL, using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to make poetry walks and working with community groups to create cultural maps. I am available for talks, lectures and workshops – contact me to find out more.

Education
2010-2018 PhD, ‘Making a Scene in London and Rio de Janeiro: Invisible Theatre and Urban Performance after Augusto Boal (1931-2009)’, Slade School of Fine Art 
2007-2009 MA Fine Art (Media), Slade School of Fine Art
2001-2006 MA Fine Art, University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh College of Art

Solo Exhibitions and Events  
2019 The Living Stone, UCL CASA in partnership with the Wordsworth Trust, the National Trust, Rydal Mount and Lancaster University, Grasmere and Rydal
2019 The Listening Wood, UCL CASA in partnership with CoL Corporation, Hampstead Heath, London
2018 In the Same River, Štúrovo, Slovakia 
2016 Contracorrente/Upstream, commissioned by UP Projects in partnership with Foundation for Future London for the Floating Cinema, London and Casa 24, Rio de Janeiro
2015 Light Transmission, commissioned by Wellcome Collection with UCL for the Wellcome Collection, London 
2014 Contra Band, commissioned by UP Projects, Somewhere and LADA for the Floating Cinema, London and Casa 24, Rio de Janeiro 
2010 A Solitary Occupation (curated by Nadege Derderian), Studio 106 Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions, Screenings and Performances
2019 
Living in the Internet of Things, Tate Modern, London

2018 
Re.Future, The Folly, Birmingham

2017 
Rise (performance), The Intercontinental, Roaming Room, London 
Support (performance), Oxytocin: Birthing the World, Royal College of Art, London

2016 
Project Platform (lead artist), commissioned by Newham Council and MTR Crossrail for Coffee7, London

2015 
Women of the World with Forest Voices, Cutler Night, Camden People’s Theatre, London 
Song for Socialists (performance), Muckle Mouth, The Horse Hospital, London 
Beam, Heavenly Sights, The Forge, London 

2014 
Rise, Salon, King Christian VII Hunting Lodge, Copenhagen, Denmark
Hardcore (screening), Peak-End, Comfort Station, Chicago, IL and The Armory, Pasadena, CA
Ideas from Elsewhere, Winn’s Gallery, Walthamstow, London
Murmuration, Hemi Encuentro, Montreal, Canada
Voicing, Counterpath Press, Denver, CO
Hardcore (screening), Trip the Light: Life is Absurd, Tripspace, London 
Sock Puppet State, Flaming Skirt Festival 2, Amber Valley, UK
Support at SMASH LAB, The Book Club, London
Mother Tongue, audio commission for Sam Belinfante & Simon Lewandowski, ‘The Reversing Machine’, The Tetley, Leeds

2013
A Small Hiccup (curated by George Vasey), Grand Union, Birmingham and touring.

2012
T.R.I.P.O.D at Camden Art Centre, London

2011
T.R.I.P.O.D. at Whitley Art Trail, Whitley
Sounding, Come to Ours, BAS7 Fringe, Plymouth
Saturday Night (Costume Designer), Vanishing Point, Teatro Nacional São João, Porto, Centro Cultural Vila Flor/Teatro Oficina, Guimarães, Teatro São Luiz, Lisbon, Tramway, Glasgow, MacRobert, Stirling, Eden Court, Inverness and Traverse, Edinburgh
Belly Speak, Performance event on 12th August at the Angus-Hughes Gallery, London
Online Project for the Solar Pavillion, International Art Festival, Edinburgh and here
Burst: Diverse Universe London, Copenhagen Place and Stoke Newington International Airport, London 
Act II (Project Coordinator), Rhubaba, Edinburgh 
T.R.I.P.O.D. at Cities Methodologies 2011, Slade Research Centre, London 
Surplus to Requirements?, Slade Research Centre, London 

2010
Sexuate Subjects, Bartlett, London 
The Dreamers, Whitstable Biennale (Satellite)
Conversation Piece, Inaugural Event, Intervention Gallery, London
Cities Methodologies 2010, Slade Research Centre, London
What is not but Could be if, 12 Vyner Street, London
Off Modern, Corsica Studios, London
Performance Metrics, The Gallery, Goldsmiths College, London

2009
Testing Grounds, South Hill Park, Bracknell
Bilateria, Five Hundred Dollars, London
ORTA at Friends of the Divided Mind, RCA, London
Set Off Set (Curator), Arts Complex and The Forest, Edinburgh
The Voice and Nothing More, Slade Research Centre, London

2008
Speed is Open, BearSpace Gallery, London
Catherine Day, Kings Cross St Pancras Underground, London

2007
Oresteia (Costume Designer), Lazzi Experimental Arts Unit and Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld and Edinburgh
Darkspace II, Royal Scottish Academy and DJCAD, Edinburgh and Dundee
Society of Scottish Artists’ Annual Members’ Show 2007, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
Body Parts III, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
Birdie, Collaboration with Lazzi Experimental Arts Unit for Six Cities, Edinburgh

2006
Brave Art ’06, The Atlantis Gallery, London
Orangutan’s Breakfast, Collaboration with Lazzi Experimental Arts Unit, Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh
Where the Marigolds Grow, Los Grecos, Goltho Chapel, Lincolnshire

2004
Concert in Three Flats, Vague, various locations, Edinburgh

2003
Sirius Considerations, Vague in collaboration with Sirius, Reid Concert Hall, Edinburgh

Residencies
2018 43rd Bridge Guard, Štúrovo, Slovakia and Esztergom, Hungary
2015 Micro Residency in Kieren Reed’s Social Sculpture at ArtSway, Sway 
2013 CTO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2010 Lab39, Seoul, South Korea
2006-2007 Kilgraston School, Bridge of Earn, UK

Artist’s Talks and Workshops
2017 Participant in panel discussion on technology/communication/art coordinated by Jake Margolin and Nick Vaughan as part of the their project, 50 States, Houston, Texas.
2016 Project Platform, or Practising Logistics and Art (paper), Queen Mary University, London 
2015 Participant in Library of Light, an action-research day at the V&A organised by London Fieldworks
2015 Live Art, Mediated Censorship (paper), Tenth International Conference on the Arts in Society, Imperial College London 
2015 Contra Band: Performing the Spatial Politics of Censorship (paper), Rethinking Approaches in Theatre and Media, TfTV, University of York
2014 Tapestry Workshop, The Red House, Bexleyheath, London
2014 Childsplay: A Den-Building Workshop, Focus E15, Carpenters Estate, London
2014 Violence and the City (panel discussion), CASA Festival, Rich Mix, London 
2014 Contra Band Artist’s Talk, The Floating Cinema, London 
2013-2014 Making Mamas: Drawing at Significant Seams, Walthamstow, London
2011 Act II development, Rhubaba, Edinburgh 
2011 A Solitary Occupation Artist’s Talk, Studio 106, London 
2011 School workshop, Studio 106, London
2010 Performance Workshop for Cities Methodologies 2010, Slade Research Centre, London 
2010 Artist’s talk at Lab39, Seoul, South Korea
2009 Artist’s talk at Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh 
2007 School workshop for Fusion Arts Festival, Kilgraston School 

Teaching
2019 Visiting Lecturer, PhD Art and Art History, University of Derby
2015 The City as Site, BA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London
2014 Performance, Activism and the Urban, MA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London
2014 Writing Art, BFA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London
2013 The City as Site, BA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London

Awards
2014 Arts Council England and British Council AIDF 
2014 Jean Spencer and Malcolm Hughes Bequest 
2014 Step-Out Funding
2011 The Hope Scott Trust
2010-2014 AHRC PhD Studentship
2009 Clare Winsten Memorial Award
2009 Duveen Travel Scholarship
2007 The Society Of Scottish Artists Award
2006 Loomship Award for Tapestry
2006 Andrew Grant Travel Bequest

Bibliography
Alice Brooke-Smith, ‘Testing Grounds’, Interfacewww.a-n.co.uk (accessed 03/02/10)
Kate Cowcher, ‘Formative Influences’, Scottish Art News (Spring 2007) pp.32-7
Gabrielle Hoad, ‘The Show Must Go On’, artcornwall.org (accessed 28/11/11)
Heather Iqbal, ‘Bilateria at Five Hundred Dollars’, Dialoguewww.murmurart.com (accessed 20/08/10)
Joyce McMillan, Review of Vanishing Point’s Saturday Night (costume designer), The Scotsman (13th October 2011), online here (accessed 28/11/11)