Text commissioned as a response to the exhibition Personal Structures by Jessica Ramm at Platform, part of Glasgow International 2018. Read the text here.
Selected for publication in 2HB Vol. 22, published by the CCA, Glasgow, 2017. 'Under the Dome' was the title of a magazine produced by patients of Bethlem Hospital in the 1800s. The name was taken from the hospital’s only decorative feature, which was a central cupola, later replaced with a glass dome. Read the text here.
Text commissioned for the exhibition and publication For All But Finitely Many by Iede Reckman at Billytown, The Hague, 2016.
This text was adapted and later published under the name Dorylaiou 1 as part of the publication Athens We Have a Problem, published and performed in Athens in 2017. Read the text here.
Commissioned for Don Levy: Time Regained, published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name as part of Glasgow International 2016. Publication edited by Alexander Storey-Gordon.
Don Levy (1932–1987) was an artist and filmmaker with an intense interest in the material, temporal and poetic qualities of film and video. Read text here.
Commissioned by nowshowspace, London, as a response to the exhibition 'Sera Tansel Unlimited', 2015. Printed in two parts and available as a downloadable PDF from noshowspace. It can be read here.
These two short stories were written in Athens during June and July 2015. With the political events of that summer humming in the background, each story centres around a woman that inhabits a distinct space in the city and features specially commissioned song lyrics by Serra Tansel 'Ana's Song'.
Though entangled within the publication, the two stories can be read separately by flipping the booklet. The end of one story is the beginning of the other. Publication designed and printed in collaboration with Talc Design Studio, Athens.
Text commissioned as a response to the exhibition 'Concrete Ribs' at Govanhill Baths, Glasgow, featuring artists Helen de Main, Sarah Forrest and Carla Scott Fullerton. Read text here.
The first iteration of 'Lover of Rock' was written during a MAP writer's residency in the Playwright's Studio at the CCA, and subsequently published in their edition 'Manners'.
In April 2016 I voiced a re-written version for the project 'Voicing the Archive'. This version became part of an audio installation of readings and recordings by past MAP contributors at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop (4 April - 31 August 2016) and the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (2 May - 31 July 2016).
Research project resulting in an illustrated paper, first presented at an interdisciplinary symposium organised by the Archaeology department at Southampton University titled 'Buildings & the Body'.
The full text and images were later published online on past-forward.net.