This term Laura Harty and I are running the Tectonics design unit at ESALA for the second round. The unit, Getting (Un)Stuck: (De)Signs and Stories beyond Petroleum, focuses on design scenarios for a post-petroleum world in Mossmorran, Fife, Scotland.
Our Unit, "Getting (Un)Stuck: (De)Signs and Stories beyond Petroleum" is exhibiting the students' work at ECA Graduate Show 2022.
I talked about "Experimental Methods for Investigating Place" in Hospitalfield in Arbroath today. A day of SGSAH Workshop Researching & Practicing Place with a group of PhD students, artists and researchers from various fields.
I'm invited to give a talk on "Decolonial Narratives" in the symposium "Global Geographies of Colonial Power" at KTH Architecture, organised by Adria Carbonell.
I am invited to give a talk about my Oily Stories research, titled "To Oil: Decolonial Narratives" at The University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning.
My text, "A Trilogy of Getting Stuck: Methods of (un)knowing" is published in Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, On (Un)Knowns.
This term, I am leading the unit "Getting (un)Stuck: (De)Signs and Stories beyond Petroleum" at ESALA. Teaching together with Rosie Milne, we aim to expand architecture as a Support Structure in the context of Mossmorran in Fife, Scotland.