Monthly Archives: May 2016

Introducing Homo Pyrophilus – Fire Apes #7

What should you do in your new studio? Make new work! I recently made a new piece for an exhibition in the AVA Gallery at the University of East London alongside many talented colleagues from Architecture and the School of … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of Omphaloskepsis (navel gazing to you and me)

I know it’s blatant self-promotion, but such is the life of the post-digital artist! My recent (ahem, successful) application to the Professional Doctorate in Fine Art at UEL was a great opportunity to reconsider and recontextualise the most important strands … Continue reading

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A Room of One’s Own (in a garden in Tottenham)

It seems every day there is a new piece of writing rightly lamenting the high cost of living in London and its effect on artists. In March Nicolas Serota suggested that London’s success as a centre of creativity was at … Continue reading

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