Artwork

Dreaming on Lake Orcadie

“It was in Orkney, those Scottish islands closer to the Arctic and to Norway, than to London, where I lay down on the sandstone beach, closed my eyes and dreamed. There I lay, on the remnants of Lake Orcadie, an ancient sedimentary basin that was warm with water four hundred million years ago. There, I…

Doggerland Citizen

Doggerland looks out and upwards, across the sea and towards the stars. Doggerland is a land that has no borders, that cannot be contained, its surface flows, sinks, and rises. Riffing on the lost landmass that once connected the islands of Great Britain with its continent, this online project offers a different form of citizenship…

Poem for an Entangled Age

Poem for an Entangled Age, handcrafted book. This poem was written and edited during the symposium Environmental Entanglements: Art, Technology & Natures at Det Kgl. Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, Copenhagen, 28-29 October 2014, where both artists and academics performed and discussed their work. The words are drawn from the speakers’ presentations and subsequent discussions. The poem…

Energy Walk Album

Energy Walk

The ‘Energy Walk’ is an ethnographic installation in the landscape. It weaves together the sand dunes and harbour seascape of the Danish Wave Energy Center, in Hanstholm, Denmark, with other landscapes at the energy edge: marine energy in Orkney islands, Scotland, and geothermal energy in Iceland. Over a 40 minute journey it offers you stories,…

Alien Energy Fanzine

As part of our ongoing collaboration with those involved in marine energy, both in Denmark and in Orkney islands, we developed a ‘fanzine’–a fan magazine, inspired by the cut-and-paste interventions during the 1970s. This handcrafted booklet was composed during a workshop by the Alien Energy research team and many of those we are working with…

White Peak, Dark Peak

During 2009, I was invited to participate in the collaborative poetry project White Peak Dark Peak. The project, led by landscape poet Alec Finlay, created an audio-visual word-map of the Peak District National Park. The online word-map of poetry was accessed via QRcodes found in the landscape. For the project I composed two poems as…