Early one morning, during a holiday at Salt Rock on the Kwazulu coast in South Africa in 2013, I took this series of photographs of the holiday houses along a […]
This short essay is a draft for an upcoming publication of the work of Design Studio 18 at the University of Westminster, discussing some of the ideas we have been […]
I recently attended a workshop at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg (23-25 July 2015) to discuss the future of Indian Ocean Research. It was titled “Indian Ocean Energies” […]
When I arrived at the Serpentine Pavilion today, admittedly on the hottest day of summer (what I am calling The Start of Living After-the-end-of-the-World), I was greeted by a gallery […]
The latest book in the Critical Climate Change Series by Open Humanities Press, Art in the Anthropocene: Critical Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environment and Epistemologies, edited by Heather Davis and […]
Coastlines have long been represented by the hard sciences of cartography, planning and control as hard edges; lines have been imagined and constructed to delineate terra firma from its wetter […]
Look what arrived outside the AA in Bedford Square: On from 17 Jan – 12 March, 2015. Go here for my post on this at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.