Addressing Asymmetries in Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Posted on Jun 9, 2015
Addressing Asymmetries in Interdisciplinary Collaboration

In March I joined a handful of other artists, writers and curators invited by poet James Wilkes to the Wellcome Collection for a practice-sharing workshop on interdisciplinary collaboration. The workshop was part of the interdisciplinary Hubbub residency I’ll be contributing to from July this year, and it began with the following prompt: If you could […]

Things in the studio this year

Posted on Jan 31, 2015
Things in the studio this year

Sketches of some things I’ve been working on since January alongside a couple of videos and bits of writing:

Seeing with Sound (vOICe)

Posted on Jan 29, 2015
Seeing with Sound (vOICe)

Below is a description of what it’s like to see. It was written for the purpose of preparing congenitally blind people to use vOICe, software that translates visual information into sound so that—with much training and practice—unfamiliar environments can be navigated by hearing rather than seeing. A camera repeatedly scans the user’s visual field and […]

Interview: Drawing and the Digital Ground

Posted on Nov 2, 2014
Interview: Drawing and the Digital Ground

A Fine Line: Drawing and the Digital Ground in the Work of Tamarin Norwood Discussing my recent commission for ICA Philadelphia Tamarin Norwood: A Fine Line, Becky Huff Hunter asks about the digital and analogue figure and ground in drawing, video and writing. This interview is part of the ongoing Art Journal Conversations series, which […]

artist talk: Blind Drawing and the Naked Form

Posted on Oct 2, 2014
artist talk: Blind Drawing and the Naked Form

Blind Drawing and the Naked Form: the skin, the page, the tip of the eye Below is an audio recording and slideshow of the talk I gave on Tuesday 30 October at the Drawing Room as part of the gallery’s inaugural Study Forum event. Earlier this week I posted an outline of the talk, and […]

TOMORROW: Drawing Room Study Forum

Posted on Sep 29, 2014
TOMORROW: Drawing Room Study Forum

Tomorrow evening I’m giving a short presentation on my recent studio research at the Drawing Room‘s first Study Forum event. Spaces are limited: the forum is open to Drawing Room network members by RSVP, but get in touch if you’re a non-member and would like to attend and I’ll add your name to the guest […]

ONLINE: Curating the Contemporary interview

Posted on Sep 19, 2014
ONLINE: Curating the Contemporary interview

Over the summer I was interviewed by Amy E. Brown for Curating the Contemporary, an online platform for art writing and criticism she edits with Alejandro Ball, Caterina Berardi and Miriam La Rosa. The interview was published this week and is available to read here. We discussed the effect of writing upon its object and […]

This is to do with drawing lines to things

Posted on Sep 18, 2014
This is to do with drawing lines to things

In anticipation of the first Mopha performance next week, here’s a short video extract from This is to do with drawing lines to things. The complete video forms the backdrop and audio channel for the ten-minute piece I’ve devised for the group. The final components of the piece arrived in the post today: four of […]

A Fine Line: last week at ICA Philadelphia

Posted on Aug 12, 2014
A Fine Line: last week at ICA Philadelphia

My micro-exhibition of new video works Tamarin Norwood: A Fine Line closes this week at the ICA Philadelphia. The works were commissioned by Becky Huff Hunter, who granted me access to the ICA’s digital archive of their 1973 Agnes Martin exhibition. More about the work is here; once the exhibition is no longer online the […]

Bluntness and the eye

Posted on Aug 10, 2014
Bluntness and the eye

Last week a poem of mine Anyway I ran at the tree again was republished on the Portuguese literary blog Enfermaria, where it appears in Portuguese for the first time, translated by poet, translator and classicist Tatiana Faia. While she was working on the translation we met to discuss some of the final decisions. Her […]

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