New writing commissioned for exhibition on Power and visual art, National Justice Museum, Nottingham 2021.
My practice-based research investigates participatory and politicised dissent in order to explore politicised conflict and contribute to the field of art and the public sphere.
‘Let’s reimagine political solidarity’, a chapter within the ‘Re-Imagining Citizenship Activity Book’.
A white poppy wreath, protest walk, and collective readings of Ferlinghetti’s ‘Pity The Nation’.
Performative and participatory lecture: Market Town Lecture Programme commissioned by RADAR.
The Tinman, Scarecrow and Lion become politicians searching for brains, heart and courage. As politicians they’ve lost their way.
These behind the scenes photos capture the fun and exhaustion and the end-of-filming celebration.
The guerrilla street theatre performances formed the practice-based research component of my PhD.
#StitchingSolidarity: an invitation to join an international creative community. New members welcome.
Take Part to collectively re-imagine citizenship as a temporary community. #Zoom