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.
The video of the First Global Mobilities Seminar, Of Water held at the University of Westminster in December 2014 has now been posted online. At the seminar, chaired by Davide Deriu and […]
This is the introduction to the MArch studio based in the Karoo in South Africa that Roberto Bottazzi and I will be conducting at the University of Westminster this year: […]
It is rare, if ever, that the Southern Indian Ocean has come into view with the intensity that it did, than during the search for missing Malaysian Airways flight MH370 […]