Current
    Potential Wor(l)ds
    Futures Within, Futures Without
2022
   
Practicing the Difference
    Moving Worlds
2021
   
Recipes for Disaster

2020
    Warm Worlds and Otherwise
    W.I.T.C.H. (Redux)
2019
~all the feels~
  Fandom’s Fantoms
2018
   
More Generous and More Suspicious”
   figure feels fantoms
2017
    The Labours of Barren House
    eyefeels
    Witchy Methodologies
    From Specters to Speculations
    The Linguists: Suzette Haden Elgin/Luce Irigaray
    I AM SF

    Native Tongue Reading Group

2016
    W.I.T.C.H.
2015
    Pioneer
2014
    A Description of a New World, Called The Blazing World
2013
    More Strange Than True

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Statement

My work in painting, moving image and writing explores feminist visions and re-visions of history.

Inspired by the desire for different kinds of languages—as between painting and digital animation; image and object; fact and fiction—my practice plays with the boundaries between forms, disciplines and genres: remixing elements from a range of sources (including theory, literature, anecdote, and archival material) to generate new imaginative and narrative resonances.

In 2022, I completed a PhD titled ‘Practicing the Difference: Reading Luce Irigaray with Feminist Science Fiction’, which considers feminist science fiction as a methodology to approach the speculative question of sexual difference raised by philosopher Luce Irigaray. 

In recent work informed by this research, I draw out qualities that constitute the genre of feminist SF —which I describe as thought experiment, worldbuilding, defamiliarization, fan activity, and sense of wonder—to think differently about sexual difference and how it resonates in feminist movement as both spectre and speculation.



Current

Artist in residence at The National Centre for Gaming Disorders

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Upcoming 

The Horror Show!
Somerset House
27 October 2022 to 19 February 2023

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