2015 COBRA RES 1.9 Flash Fiction walking tour of radical migration, London
2015 Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork, Nice Gallery, London
2015 COBRA RES 1.7, 71a Gallery, London
2014 COBRA RES 1.4-1.6 a/political, London
2014 'Fall Streak Hole' HD film. Birkbeck cinema screening, London.
2014 Sheffield Fringe Film Festival, Bloc Gallery, Sheffield
2013 COBRA 1.1 Mayday Rooms, London
2013 ‘IMG – TXT – MSG’, Studio 1.1, London
2013 COBRA 1.0, Gallery studio 1.1, London
2013 ‘Serivceseen’ – Redarc Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
2012 ‘Ingerland’ Opera at Millwall FC with composer Jocelyn Pook
2012 ‘A Beautiful Thing’ - Barnaby Stone – National Theatre, London
2011 ‘A Beautiful Thing’ - Barnaby Stone – Battersea Arts Centre, London
2010 ‘The Slightest Movement’ – Quarantine, West Bromwich
2010 ‘Skin Jobs’ - CRISP Gallery, London
2010 'The Surreal House' - Barbican, London
2010 ‘Dominos’ - Station House Opera, London
2009 ‘About Blindness’ A2 Company - Royal Opera House, London
2009 'The Great Rebel Raft Regatta' – Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination.
2009 ‘What Lovely Weather!' Dada play for radio
2008 ‘Flock’ Gary Stevens, Lost ‘O’ Festival, Ashford
2008 ‘Praying to Products’ – Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination
2005 ‘Crocodile Seeking Refuge’ - Ice and Fire, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London
2003 - 05 'The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army', Laboratory of Insurrectionary
2004 'Strange Attractor’ - Bloc Gallery, Sheffield
2003 ‘Connector Sensitive’ - Sheffield Art festival 03
Commissions, Bursaries, Residences
2016 -2019 Recipient of the AHRC Award for a research project as a PhD candidate at The Centre for Curatorial
Studies, University of Essex.
2014 A-N Artists RE:VIEW Bursary
2012- 2013 Four-month artist residency with Redarc Gallery Beirut, Lebanon
2011 Longhouse Action Research Bursary.
2009 Commissioned by The World Heritage Fund and Telford and Wrekin Council.
Selected Artists Talks and Conference Papers
“Holiday Park? More like a refugee camp!” Visual representations of the camp, as both a site for confinement and leisure, in 1970s television and film.
Terror and Tourism Colloquium III
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Secret Images: The COBRA Committee's acts of 'necessity'.
ISELP Institute of Contemporary Art
Curating violence: the COBRA Committee and the aesthetics of governmental response.
Art, Activism & Political Violence
Monuments to terrorism: (de)selecting memory and symbolic exchange at the interface between Westminster and Raqqa.
Terror and Tourism Colloquium
University of Winchester
The COBRA committee and the aesthetics of emergency politics.
University of Gloucestershire
The Art of Crisis: why COBRA RES responds to political events.
The Gravity Lecture
Sheffield Hallam University
The Politics of Engagement: Art and Social Practice.
Symposium on socially engaged art
Curating the COBRA Committee.
Goldsmiths University. London
University of Roehampton: Media, Culture and Language - Undergraduate (Current)
Goldsmiths University London: Art and Politics - Postgraduate (Current)
Sheffield Hallam University
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Publications and Articles
2015 COBRA 1.9 Flash Fiction (Editor)
2015 COBRA 1.7 newspaper (Editor)
2014 COBRA 1.4-1.6 set of three artists card games with book of texts. (Editor)
2014 COBRA 1.3 DVD and Book (Editor)
2013 The Guardian Newspaper Online ‘Why We Set Up a Second COBRA Committee’ http://gu.com/p/3j7kx
2013 COBRA: 1.1 Publication (Editor)
2012 ‘The Right to be Forgotten – Digital democracy and the politics of inclusive exclusions'
Multistory from the series: ‘Five Artist booklets’.
2010 Bookbinders Magazine – ‘Artists Respond’
2006 The Economist Magazine, ‘The Traveling Oasis of Absurdity’
2016 - 2019 PhD Candidate, The Centre for Curatorial Studies, University of Essex
2010-2012 Masters Degree: Art and Politics, Goldsmiths University, London (Distinction)
2006-07 Ecole Philippe Gaulier, Paris
2005 Platform London: Art and Politics - Further Education Certificate, Birkbeck University
1999 –02 BA Hons Fine Art: Sheffield Hallam University