Temporal Poetics in Thomson & Craighead’s The Time Machine in Alphabetical Order

Published in “Time and Temporality” issue of Passepartout, Journal of Art Theory and History (2019) this article develops and uses new material-discursive theoretical frameworks that bring media archaeological analysis into conversation with art criticism. Through the detailed examination of an

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Temporal Poetics in Thomson & Craighead’s The Time Machine in Alphabetical Order

Published in “Time and Temporality” issue of Passepartout, Journal of Art Theory and History (2019) this article develops and uses new material-discursive theoretical frameworks that bring media archaeological analysis into conversation with art criticism. Through the detailed examination of an

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Futures of the Contemporary

Co-authored with Ryan Nolan and Geoff Cox, this chapter is part of the book, Futures of the Contemporary (2019) edited by Paulo de Assis and Michael Schwab, Leuven University Press. The text contributes to discourses on contemporaneity, moving beyond the

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Futures of the Contemporary

Co-authored with Ryan Nolan and Geoff Cox, this chapter is part of the book, Futures of the Contemporary (2019) edited by Paulo de Assis and Michael Schwab, Leuven University Press. The text contributes to discourses on contemporaneity, moving beyond the

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Ghost Factory

‘Ghost Factory – Post Human Executions’ is chapter co-authored with Magda Tyżlik-Carver, for Databrowser 6 – Executing Practices, published by Autonomedia in 2017 and Open Humanities Press in 2018. The text uses our collaborative, curatorial artwork Ghost Factory (pictured below),

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Ghost Factory

‘Ghost Factory – Post Human Executions’ is chapter co-authored with Magda Tyżlik-Carver, for Databrowser 6 – Executing Practices, published by Autonomedia in 2017 and Open Humanities Press in 2018. The text uses our collaborative, curatorial artwork Ghost Factory (pictured below),

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Bring Your Own Beamer

As part of the BA (Hons) Media Arts first year module, Situating Practice, Allister Gall and I worked with students to produce a Bring Your Own Beamer event. It took place at The Old Morgue, just off Union Street in

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Bring Your Own Beamer

As part of the BA (Hons) Media Arts first year module, Situating Practice, Allister Gall and I worked with students to produce a Bring Your Own Beamer event. It took place at The Old Morgue, just off Union Street in

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Diffractive Happening

As part of University of Plymouth’s Low-Residency PhD programme, Dr Allister Gall and I ran a workshop around the theme of a Diffractive Happening this year. You can find out about some of the participants, and some of the projects

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Diffractive Happening

As part of University of Plymouth’s Low-Residency PhD programme, Dr Allister Gall and I ran a workshop around the theme of a Diffractive Happening this year. You can find out about some of the participants, and some of the projects

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Mediality is Noise, PhD Thesis

My PhD thesis examines the noisy aesthetics of ‘glitch art’, ‘glitch electronica’ music, and recent practices that revisit ‘obsolete’, old-media technologies such as the typewriter, record player, ‘Super 8’ cine-camera and cassette-recorder. Counter to their usual reading in terms of

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Mediality is Noise, PhD Thesis

My PhD thesis examines the noisy aesthetics of ‘glitch art’, ‘glitch electronica’ music, and recent practices that revisit ‘obsolete’, old-media technologies such as the typewriter, record player, ‘Super 8’ cine-camera and cassette-recorder. Counter to their usual reading in terms of

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ARWEI 2018, Society for Artistic Research Conference

I was co-organiser for the 2018 Society for Artistic Research conference, themed around the idea that ‘Artistic Research Will Eat Itself’. Alongside organising the conference and moderating talks, I ran a week-long workshop for PhD students / independent researchers, and

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ARWEI 2018, Society for Artistic Research Conference

I was co-organiser for the 2018 Society for Artistic Research conference, themed around the idea that ‘Artistic Research Will Eat Itself’. Alongside organising the conference and moderating talks, I ran a week-long workshop for PhD students / independent researchers, and

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~hotwire~ minibeast

The ~hotwire~ minibeast is a 1w amplifier that comes in kit form. It’s a great little maker project to get started in electronics, but you’ll also be able to use it to test future audio-electronic circuits without having to worry

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~hotwire~ minibeast

The ~hotwire~ minibeast is a 1w amplifier that comes in kit form. It’s a great little maker project to get started in electronics, but you’ll also be able to use it to test future audio-electronic circuits without having to worry

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Scanner Camera

Made in collaboration with Tim Mills. We created this camera by hacking a Canon LiDE 120 scanner.

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Scanner Camera

Made in collaboration with Tim Mills. We created this camera by hacking a Canon LiDE 120 scanner.

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Musee Imaginaire

In 2018, I organised an exhibition for Media Arts students at the Athenaeum in Plymouth. The theme of the show was the Musee Imaginaire—the museum without walls—,based on the ideas of Andre Malraux.

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Musee Imaginaire

In 2018, I organised an exhibition for Media Arts students at the Athenaeum in Plymouth. The theme of the show was the Musee Imaginaire—the museum without walls—,based on the ideas of Andre Malraux.

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Views From My Desktop

As the title suggests, this ongoing project explores the views from my desktop. Following Anna Friedberg’s notion of the graphical user interface as an Albertian window onto the world, the computer desktop becomes an ever-changing landscape, either through system updates,

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Views From My Desktop

As the title suggests, this ongoing project explores the views from my desktop. Following Anna Friedberg’s notion of the graphical user interface as an Albertian window onto the world, the computer desktop becomes an ever-changing landscape, either through system updates,

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DataAche, Digital Research in Humanities and Arts conference, 2017

In 2017 I co-organised the DRHA conference entitled, Data Ache.

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DataAche, Digital Research in Humanities and Arts conference, 2017

In 2017 I co-organised the DRHA conference entitled, Data Ache.

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Ghost Machine

Co-authored with Magda Tyzlic-Carver, Ghost Machine was the first iteration of a collaborative work that has gone on to be exhibited in various forms in Berlin, Aarhus, Falmouth and Malmo. This version included the software Ghost Machine, and a film

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Ghost Machine

Co-authored with Magda Tyzlic-Carver, Ghost Machine was the first iteration of a collaborative work that has gone on to be exhibited in various forms in Berlin, Aarhus, Falmouth and Malmo. This version included the software Ghost Machine, and a film

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TapeOperations

Tape Operations is a collaborative sound performance and workshop run with David Strang. It has taken place at These Will Attend, You May symposium, Falmouth (2012), Aarhus University and Erkki Kureneimi Exhibition at the Kunsthalle Aarhus, Denmark (2013).

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TapeOperations

Tape Operations is a collaborative sound performance and workshop run with David Strang. It has taken place at These Will Attend, You May symposium, Falmouth (2012), Aarhus University and Erkki Kureneimi Exhibition at the Kunsthalle Aarhus, Denmark (2013).

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Dither Studies

The Dither Studies series, exhibited as part of Plymouth Art Weekender in 2017, was produced by enlarging the compression artefacts of the bitmap .bmp format. Available as framed, digital prints 54cm x 83cm. Price on enquiry.

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Dither Studies

The Dither Studies series, exhibited as part of Plymouth Art Weekender in 2017, was produced by enlarging the compression artefacts of the bitmap .bmp format. Available as framed, digital prints 54cm x 83cm. Price on enquiry.

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Cassette Memories

Cassette Memories, a collaborative project with Morten Riis and Søren Pold, took place at Roskilde Festival in July 2013. This practice-based research took the form of a 3 day workshop, in which participants hacked, looped and performed with cassette tapes.

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Cassette Memories

Cassette Memories, a collaborative project with Morten Riis and Søren Pold, took place at Roskilde Festival in July 2013. This practice-based research took the form of a 3 day workshop, in which participants hacked, looped and performed with cassette tapes.

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Distributed Presence I & II

In collaboration with David Strang. Distributed Presence is a networked installation that turns back to composer Jozef Malovec and highlights the ‘golden age‘ of the Slovak electroacoustic music in 1960s and 70s. Malovec together with a sound engineer Peter Janik created

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Distributed Presence I & II

In collaboration with David Strang. Distributed Presence is a networked installation that turns back to composer Jozef Malovec and highlights the ‘golden age‘ of the Slovak electroacoustic music in 1960s and 70s. Malovec together with a sound engineer Peter Janik created

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Eclipse I

A collection of randomly assorted oddments.

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Eclipse I

A collection of randomly assorted oddments.

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refreshHorizon

refreshHorizon is a series based on anomalies found within Google Maps. Google sources what is usually thought of as ‘satellite imagery’ from various companies. Some of it comes from satellites, most is taken from the air. As I explored google

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refreshHorizon

refreshHorizon is a series based on anomalies found within Google Maps. Google sources what is usually thought of as ‘satellite imagery’ from various companies. Some of it comes from satellites, most is taken from the air. As I explored google

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TextSpace

Textspace explores the concept of language and text as a navigable space. The project takes the form of a hyperlinked PDF document, but alludes to the visual, and media archaeological metaphor of teletext, through the layout and font created for

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TextSpace

Textspace explores the concept of language and text as a navigable space. The project takes the form of a hyperlinked PDF document, but alludes to the visual, and media archaeological metaphor of teletext, through the layout and font created for

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