The State of Curating Today

The following paragraphs are an excerpt from a longer essay I composed in 2017-2018 exploring the contemporary landscape of exhibition curatorship. The article picks up on many themes I am concerned with in my own practice and draws on major threads explored in more detail in my on-going thesis. Continue reading

A New Years to-do list


A few notes for a productive, creative and fulfilling 2018. Some denote activities to be built into an everyday routine, others refer to more pressing tasks for the coming weeks. I will add to this list as and when more notes and observations come to mind… Continue reading

‘painting with the immediacy of drawing…’


One of the stand out exhibitions of 2015 was for me Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots at Tate Liverpool from 30th June – 18th October. Instead of offering another re-imagining of Pollock’s famed ‘drip technique’, the exhibition, as the title suggests, offered a valuable new insight into a period we are not so familiar with. Continue reading