As part of Critical Practice....

Truth Truth is Concrete


Longest Day


Twenty two years ago I made a recycled cardboard version of Picasso's Still Life of 1914.


As part of Critical Practice.......

God, Law & Property


Where: London, EC2

Why: This event initiates a series of walking tours and events that constitute Critical Practice's ongoing Research on Value 

Longest Day


I spent the beautiful summer solstice on the playa de Nora, Asturias, Spain.

I contributed to

Questions of Value - From Commons to Communomics: Resisting Privatization


Someone has to do it. If we are to think through structures of evaluation, even momentarily, we have to grapple with money. Money represents only %2 of the financial value in circulation, and yet nestles in every pocket, purse or consciousness. Nationally denominated monies – that store, easily transfer and index wealth - have overwritten alternatives. I’m learning to invest in the future, and to speculate. A future for money will explore micro-currencies that circulate value in specific communities, to resist State expropriation. And macro-monies, commons based currencies emerging in networks of trust, coproduction and abundance that existed before, and will flourish again, as faith in States and their currencies, evaporate.

Sculpture classWe began, students, staff, experts and others as Exhibition Experiments. The initial idea was, through collaboration and practice based research, to trace a history of radical exhibitions, and make an exhibition. Through weekly seminars, workshops and events our project morphed into prospectus, as our interests incorporated art education, and our own experiences of trying to perform it. 

I was recently asked for material about Collected, this is almost all I have..... I conceived and curated Collected, it was coordinated by The Photographers Gallery, London in 1997. This account is from a reassembled guide..


Shift/WorkDevised and convened by Neil Mulholland, with Dave Rushton Institute of Local Television, I contributed to......

Shift/Work: Developing participatory workshop models for educating contemporary artists.

Studio C02
School of Art, University of Edinburgh
74 Lauriston Place

Shift/Work is an ongoing knowledge exchange between the School of Art, University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop that develops and shares open educational resources for artists and art educators. The purpose of this workshop is to enable its participants to develop their own models of collaborative practice-based learning.


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