Writing on Lost you for a sec

Last September, I collaborated with Sam Pardes and Eunji Sung on 'Lost you for a sec', an exhibition at Phoenix in Leicester. We invited Rohanne Udall to write something in response to the work. You can find the original text here, or it copy+pasted below: Can you see me? Oh. A desktop; an image of… Continue reading Writing on Lost you for a sec

Come Closer by Gareth Cutter

I had the pleasure of working with Gareth Cutter over the past couple of years as a dramaturg on his solo performance Come Closer. He premiered the piece last week on the lovely big stage at HOME in Manchester, as part of PUSH Festival. The photo above is by Michele Selway. Below is pasted the… Continue reading Come Closer by Gareth Cutter

Reading: Adorno’s Minima Moralia

For the past year or so, I’ve been reading and rereading Theodor Adorno’s Minima Moralia, written across 1944-1947 in exile from his native Germany. I think it’s an extraordinary and terrifying book: a relentless and self-unforgiving attempt to address the im/possibility of intellectual and artistic life within a violent and unjust world. Within a tradition… Continue reading Reading: Adorno’s Minima Moralia