University of Westminster
This clip is an extract from 'Skype Me!' a project I facilitated during a residency in 2010. I invited a number of artists to offer performances, conversations and exchanges with audiences and for recording. The resulting recordings show a platform that merges communication and performance. I shall discuss this project as part of the panel 'Intimate TV'.
I have been working with video, performance, photography and digital media in relational, collaborative and participatory ways. My intimate videoperformances focus on personal relationships and social interactions, and form the core of a practice-based PhD at the University of Westminster, London. My moving image and photographic works have been exhibited internationally.
For the past four years, I have been co-curating the annual moving image exhibition Visions in the Nunnery at the Nunnery Gallery, London. Based on an international open submission, this project has included performance events and conferences, and has complemented works by known artists like Michael Nyman, Franko B, Karen Knorr and Alan Smith with those of emerging makers and students.
Since 2007 I have been an active member of Critical Practice, a research cluster hosted by Chelsea College of Art and Design.