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I’m so excited to share that my solo show ‘Tale of the frozen bits’ will open on February 12th at Castlefield Gallery in Manchester. Details here:
Tale of the Frozen Bits
My video ‘The house of the eight eyes’ is on show in
Visions in the Nunnery
at Bow Arts, selected by Patrick Goddard.
My short story ‘Seasickness’ has been published in the new Ark issue of
I will be sharing new writing and video work at the Horse hospital in
organised by Prototype publishers and Salon A.
November 2021 - May 2022
New video work, ‘The house of the eight eyes’ is on show at Sale Docks, Venice in
Le Mostra della Laguna
, in collaboration with the Goethe Institute until May 2022.
My performance as a wasp building a house is in the online exhibition
‘100 ways to say we’
as part of the Goethe Institute’s ‘Performing architecture’ programme for the Venice Biennale.
I have been awarded an
Arts Council DYCP
grant to develop my work on ecology and care. So excited to get started! I’ll be creating new work over the next seven months, with the aim of developing my second book.
My video ‘Animal Tool Behaviour (ATB)’ is available to view online as part of
Eastside Projects summer show
, along with some amazing works by other artists.
‘Magnificent Sex’ and ‘Tips for Flourishing’ are on show at
Vivid Projects and online
as part of Black Hole Club’s celebration of Doom. Both works can also be viewed on my
My exhibition text for
‘Come to Naught
’, a group exhibition curated by Kristian Day at Kingsgate Project Space is available to
alongside images of the show.
Pequenas Vidas (Little Lives)
. Thanks to Valeria Melchiorre for inviting me to be part of a beautiful online exhibition in the Argentinian journal Zancada, alongside poets, writers and artists all interested in the small, less visible creatures.
The feminist theorist Federica Timeto has written about my work in her new book
Bestiario Haraway: per un femminismo multispecie
(Mimesis: Milan, 2020) an exploration of Donna Haraway’s writing through natural-cultural stories.