Posthumanism, geometry and surface.
Looking back to look forward.
The domestic gallery.
Is artistic space detrimental or vitalising to the potency of carnival?
A dance with the domestic.
Penny Arcade on radicalism and neo-burlesque.
On an authentic account of the lost event.
Falling in love with the sea.
Origins, traditions and the radical.
On archives, metaphysical poetry and his one-man show, Defrag.
Configurations and canons.
Returning play to politics.
The peripheral and the centralised.
Narrative, history and disruption.