Evening Loach seminar

Well Projects as part of ‘I’m In The Bath on All Fours’

Flora Parrott and Well Projects have organised an EVENING LOACH SEMINAR. The seminar brings together a range of speakers to each give their perspective on the Cave Loach, and the conceptual framework of the project. The evening will begin with a talk by Flora Parrott, who will introduce her work and research into the Loach; and be followed by Lindiwe Matshikiza (via Skype link from South Africa), who will read from a collection of exploratory texts written in response to this cave dwelling fish. Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography,

Royal Holloway University, London) will then discuss the wider themes of the exhibition.


Contemporary Arts Society / Acts of Devotion

I was commissioned by the Contemporary Arts Society, to give a talk about the Shell Grotto in Margate in September 2018.

The talk took the form of an alternative tour of the Grotto and each of the group was given a map and a bracelet of shell and chalk.


How Like A Leaf program

I am pleased to be helping to co-ordinate a series of events supported by TECHNE and organised by Dr. Danielle Sands, RHUL. 

This TECHNE Conflux will bring together students from across different disciplines - including literary studies, philosophy, visual arts, music, history, classics, dance and theatre - to assess, adapt and develop interdisciplinary approaches to the relationships between art, nature and the world, with the assistance of world-renowned practitioners and theorists

Launch event on 3rd July



Open School East

I had the pleasure of working with the Open School East associates on the 16th June. The group are preparing for a project inspired by the subterranean. This was a chance to talk with them about my research and to share resources.