articles and talks

Locked in Translation: The Festival Pattern Group's Atomic inscriptions (8 November) 4th International Illustration Symposium: Science, Imagination and the Illustration of Knowledge, Pitt Rivers Museum and Oxford Museum of Natural History

Experiment: Designing Ritual Processes of Making (28 October 2013) Royal College of Art, talk in conjunction with Maya Oppenheimer about our practice as Metalab

artist's talk on krustapseudicals (28 August 2013) Science Museum LATE

Atomic Fiction (July 2013) TOMBOLO online

Assembling an Aesthetic (December 2012) Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, Aesthetics Special Issue Section, edited by Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg

Cosmicmegabrain: Emily Candela's Krustapseudicals (October 2012) interview with me by Lucy Morris, Dazed Digital

The Animated Atomic (29 October 2012) Art History In The Pub, Association of Art Historians, The Monarch, London

From Platonic Forms to Buildings that Bend (12 September 2012) University of Maryland Geochemistry Seminar

Democratizing Designs?: The 1951 Festival Pattern Group's Surface Designs for Textiles  (September 2012) Textiles & Politics, the Textile Society of America’s 13th Biennial Symposium, Washington, DC

No Signal: The Death of Snow (July 2012) GUTmag, www.gutmag.eu

No signal: Failures of transmission in the moving image from analog ‘snow’ to the ‘blue screen of death’ (24-27 May 2012) LUX / ICA Biennial of Moving Images, Institute of Contemporary Arts London

The Animated Atomic: Moving Models on BBC Science Programmes in Post-War Britain (26th of April 2012) The Two Cultures: Visual Art and Science c.1800-2011, York University

From a world the eye cannot see’: Helen Megaw's crystal structure drawings for the Festival Pattern Group (July 2011) talk at The Science Museum, London

Translating the Coded Image: X-Ray Diffraction Crystallography and The Festival Pattern Group (May 2011) paper presented at ANGLES 3, Birkbeck College, University of London

Atomic Art: from crystal lace to nanolandscapes (May 2011) talk given at The Science Museum, London

S_Place!: towards a conception of learning space as ‘place’ using visual methodology (December 2010) Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport, Wales

Serious Play (November 2010) essay commissioned for Art21's film William Kentridge: Anything is Possible, www.art21.org

Insight on outreach: toward a critical practice (2010) Journal of Education Through Art, vol 6 no 2, co-authored with Olivia Sagan and Bess Frimodig

exhibition review of 'Inside Outsider Language' at Waterside Project Space (October 2010) a-n magazine

Researching Lives: Learning, Creativity and the Passage of Mental (ill) health (Spring 2010) Association of University and College Counsellors Journal, co-authored with Olivia Sagan

Interview: a collaboration between Emily Candela and Bess Frimodig (2009) art art art magazine, Issue 7, published by Matt Roberts Arts

Blurring the Boundaries (2009) commission for the National Art Learning Network (NALN)

Taking on Art Language in NALN's Preparation for HE Course (December 2009) presented at the Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference, Newport, Wales

exhibition review of Superflex: Flooded McDonalds at South London Gallery (April 2009) a-n magazine
 
exhibition review of Paradise Revealed: reanimation of place (July/August 2008) a-n magazine

review of Michael Snow: Wavelength at the British Film Institute (January 2009) a-n interface

Dark Materials: review of Gothic at Fieldgate Gallery and Things That Go Bump in the Night at Cafe Gallery Projects (April 2008) a-n interface

review of Aaron Curry: New Works at Michael Werner Gallery, London (2007) a-n “interface”, November 2007

review of Conrad Shawcross Lattice and Palindrome at Selfridges (2007) The Independent newspaper, 23 October 2007

review of Maria Marshall In two hundred days I will be eleven at F A Projects (Winter 2007) The Critical Friend, no.6

Disaggregating the Experiences of Medieval Female Fasting Saints: Book review of Caroline Walker Bynum's "Holy Feast and Holy Fast" (2002) Janus Undergraduate History Journal, University of Maryland College Park, www.janus.umd.edu

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