I’m an artist, writer, and academic. I was originally trained in the anthropology of technology and economic systems. I’m based in London.

My work explores the presence and politics of large-scale technologies, heavy industry, complex systems and queer sexualities through performance, multi-media installation, large research projects, and writing. I’m keen on the deviant parts of seemingly mundane things, and the mundane parts of seemingly deviant things.


My installation and performance work has been shown at TAC Eindhoven, The Design Museum (London), Auto Italia South East (London), Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart), STUK (Leuven), London Design Festival, Vienna Biennale, Brighton Digital Festival, V&A Museum, Milton Keynes International Festival, and Future Flux Festival (Rotterdam). I’ve held residencies at at Lighthouse Arts (Brighton), Autodesk Pier 9 (San Francisco), RAMLAB (Port of Rotterdam), and Somerset House Studios (London).

My essays, journalism, and fiction have been published by The Atlantic, The Guardian, Harvard Design Magazine, HOLO Magazine, and the V&A Museum; and as peer-reviewed articles in journals including Sexualities, Science as Culture, Journal of Homosexuality, and Journal of Economic Geography. My second book, on complex systems, is forthcoming from Verso in 2021.

I’m about to appointed as Reader at the Design School in London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, where I’m co-founder and lead of Supra Systems Studio. I’m also a co-founder and director of research studio Strange Telemetry. My PhD in Science and Technology Studies was awarded by SPRU, University of Sussex.


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Full CV available on request.