Go Wales!!! Congrats @StFagans_Museum https://t.co/4t21liXN0kJul 3, 2019
- Jun 28, 2019
Great new initiative supporting artists and studio assistants.... https://t.co/yMHcs7tXkwMay 17, 2019
Fabulous afternoon catching up with the @CircuitPHF crew and celebrating the launch of this book about the programm… https://t.co/R6vRmLzLNDApr 24, 2019
"Business as usual..." facepalm. No thanks @SadiqKhan most Londoners are more interested in sorting the planet out https://t.co/L04LsDO2B0Apr 21, 2019
Amazing arts education PhD alert! With the best supervisors in the business... https://t.co/C7oUCPhaHhApr 10, 2019
Inventory of Behaviours
In June 2018 I was invited to act as a guest ethnographer for the Inventory of Behaviours - a project organised by artists/senior lecturers Jo Addison (Kingston School of Art) and Natasha Kidd (Bath Spa University) for Tate Exchange.
Across three days I observed students, practitioners and visitors interacting with the project, and participated in a public discussion about artists' productivity, and the generative potential of everyday habits.