September 14, 2017

Two years ago I had dinner with Grado Kilomba, in Vienna. Her show, about decolonizing knowledge, had got me thinking. Using a combination of film and theatre, interwoven around an academic paper, she challenges conventional ways of communicating narrative without loss...

August 19, 2017

"Independent Variable Poetry anthology, edited by Callan Waldron-Hall brings together the realms of poetry and science. 

Both practices are active pursuits of a universal truth, and both go about this in different ways. Some of the poems in this anthology lean on scient...

July 9, 2017

On Thursday I went to the National Museum of Ireland (Archaeology) to see the bog bodies, in preparation for attending the Peatlands conference at UCC. I walked straight in without pausing or thinking it through, following my feet - stopping in my tracks at the side of...

February 27, 2017

On Saturday February 25th I led an art'chaeology workshop at Borth with Dr. Martin Bates for Dyfi Biosphere. Part of a series of events for Visit Wales' Year of the Legends it focused upon developing aspects of Layers in the Landscape into participatory culture as a pl...

February 24, 2017

Science is often berated for its habit of using the arts as 'window dressing', often misusing and misrepresenting en route. The same, though, happens in reverse, generally with less critique; artists using science as subject matter but without checking the facts. Somet...

November 14, 2016

On November 10th I attended a multidisciplinary conference on Climate Change Science and Policy at the Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies. Discussions covered the machinations of physics to those of fallacy, modelling ratio and the normativity of narrative dissonance...

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