Category Archives: sound

More Follows…

This is the interim exhibition for Rendezvous’s Lightboxes and Lettering project, that Lucy Harrison and I have been working on since April. The show at SPACE in Hackney includes some of the oral history material we’ve gathered in interviews plus … Continue reading

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Building 519 and other Pfizer tales

This is the audio component that goes with the booklet, cover below:

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And so to Bristol

This week I spent a couple of days in Bristol at Spike Island, the arts centre that is showing my Whitstable Biennale piece Building 519, until 29 March. It’s the first in their new ‘One Work’ series, designed to show … Continue reading

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Whitstable Biennale no.7 2014

The biennale’s now been open for ten days, the town is heaving with people and the Umbrella Café, where my work is installed, has been heaving too. I’ve seen a lot of positive press coverage and you can read some … Continue reading

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Reauthored, Installed and Performed

On Saturday 27 August, together with my fellow co-reauthorees Clare Procter, Sonia Overall, Neil Baker and Peggy Riley, we did our stint at the Herne Bay Festival. Three performances each, in and around one of the shelters on the prom. … Continue reading

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On the Reauthoring Trail

Fantastic and exhausting weekend at the Reauthoring workshop, run by Sam Holdsworth and Greg Klerkx who I’ve never met before and my friend and fellow Whitstoblian Katherine May. With four other Kent-based writers – Peggy Riley, Sonia Overall, Neil Baker … Continue reading

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Don’t hold your breath v2.0

The Drawing Breath Recycled exhibition, curated by Jean Fraser (see is touring to St Leonards and Eastbourne hospitals, Deal and Dover libraries. Some of the venues are unable to support the sound installation: lack of security, Health + Safety … Continue reading

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