Category Archives: art work

The Brand Nobody Knows video – finally!

I finally presented the fruit of my summer’s research at the beginning of September at the 8th  Art of Management and Organisation Conference. Here it is: The video is made up of dozens of still photographs taken over six months … Continue reading

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New Works

Here are some new 2D works that are by-products of my Wood Green Project. I’m hoping to show them soon, please visit for news…

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Wood Green High Road – an Ordinary Street between austerity and Brexit

We find ourselves in a strange limbo somewhere between ‘Austerity Britain’ and Brexit. How might one look upon and describe Wood Green High Road, its retail culture and its vernacular aesthetics at this particular moment? What does this mean for … Continue reading

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The Brand Nobody Knows: London’s fashion ‘other’ and the vernacular aesthetic of the Anthropocene

On a recent visit to Covent Garden I noted a new proliferation of luxury brands trading from the Piazza. On approaching the Piazza from James Street one is confronted with stores by historic luxury brands Chanel, Dior and Burberry. These … Continue reading

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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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Suburban Light at Doomed Gallery coming up…

The exhibition Suburban Light brings four London-based artists together for the first time at Doomed Gallery, 65/67 Ridley Road, Dalston, E8 2NP as part of East London’s photography festival Photomonth. The exhibition features Penny Dampier, Naa Teki Lebar, Talitha Robert … Continue reading

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