Regents Canal

Regents Canal is a commission with Leslie Deere for the opening of Kings Place in 2008. King’s Cross is known for its station and bustling pace, but the canal is a hidden and important part of the area and the city. King’s Cross is changing at such a […]

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Fragile boundaries: Happisburgh

Where we choose to live on the margins or wherever you have a margin between two types of man-made and natural landscape, there is often a greater awareness of mortality or at least the fragile boundaries between life and death. The coastal village of Happisburgh […]

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X Marks the Spot

I was invited to attend a residency at the Level Centre in Rowsley, Derbyshire as part of the Re: Place project curated by David Gilbert. Set in the Peak District, the Level Cente is equipped with a four and two screen projection space. I initially […]

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After England

After England

I noticed it watching TV at first. A series of glitches in a TV programme. What was strange about it, was that it didn’t appear as a modern glitch, but some kind of retrograde VHS style breakdown. Many of the programmes on TV also seemed […]

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No. 24740

No. 24740 In Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, No 24740 stares at the light fading on the white walls of his ward. At intervals thin cracks run through the paint and plaster, which he counts them one by one. He often imagines he is […]

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Familiar

A photograph album sits somewhere under the bed. A past girlfriend took the pictures. I don’t recall clearly, but I’m sure only one or two are of me. Over years, my memory triggered I think of it. Perhaps when with a lazy kick I force […]

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