PUBLICATION: ALTERITY

My text ‘A Human offer of Recognition’ has been included in Alterity Five which features the work of fourteen poets, writers and artists commissioned to respond - via reassembly, erasure, blackout and anagram - to The Cambridge Declaration On Consciousness - a declaration signed by scientists that proclaims consciousness in non-human animals.

RESIDENCY DELFINA FOUNDATION

Matterlurgy will be UK Artist Associates in Residence in 2019 for the Science Technology Society thematic programme at Delfina Foundation in London.

PUBLICATION

Holding the Herbarium has been published in MAI Journal of Feminism and Visual Culture in their special issue June 2019.

GASWORKS OPEN STUDIO

Falling Birds prints exhibited as part of Re: Everything which exists under the sky open studio at Gasworks, London 23-26 May

GASWORKS PERFORMANCE

Falling Birds performance presented as part of Re: Everything which exists under the sky closing event at Gasworks London at 16.00 on 26 May

WATER ECOLOGIES MIMA

Matterlurgy presents Water Ecologies workshop at MIMA (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art), writing and listening with the River Tees at 13.00 on 18 May

SCREENING RAVEN ROW

Matterlurgy presents a screening of their new short film Rehearsals for Uncertain Futures at Raven Row, London at 19.00 on 9 May

PUBLICATION

Matterlurgy’s solo exhibition Cabinets of Consequence is featured in Remain by Ioana B. Jucan, Jussi Parikka and Rebecca Schneider, published by University of Minnesota Press, 2019.

ECOFUTURES CONFERENCE

Holding the Herbarium and Falling Birds presented as part of EcoFutures Conference on 13 April at Queen Mary University of London

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ECOFUTURES GROUP EXHIBITION

Fallling Birds prints exhibited in EcoFutures group exhibition Staring at the Sun, Mile End Pavillion 5-14 April

MIMA GROUP SHOW

Matterlurgy presents Geofictions as part of the Liquid Crystal Display group show at MIMA 23 Feb - 16 Jun

RESIDENCY HORNIMAN MUSEUM

Awarded the Artquest Research Residency 2018/2019 at the Horniman Museum and Gardens Oct 2018 - Jan 2019

THIRD TEXT

Matterlurgy installation Beneath the Signal and Noise featured in Third Text in a review of the Silver Sehnsucht group show at the Silver Building

PUBLICATION

Jussi Parikka features with-out-sound in his essay Cartographies of Environmental Arts in Posthuman Ecologies edited by Rosi Braidotti and Simone Bignall

PUBLICATION

Jussi Parikka writes about with-out-sound in The Midden edited by Jenni Nurmenniemi and Tracey Warr

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PERFORMANCE

Holding the Herbarium presented at Urgent Matters III: Soil, Poetry and Care curated by Phytology at Bethnal Green Nature Reserve London at 14.30 on 8 Sept

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RESEARCH PROJECT

Encounters a collaborative research project with artists Hermione Spriggs, Fiona MacDonald, Natascha Nanji and Judith Sonnicken supported by Live Art Development Agency and ArtHouse Jersey 12-17 Aug

PUBLICATION

with-out-sound published in SomethingOther as part of the Fifth Chapter series, On Silences & Noise

COMMISSION

Matterlurgy commissioned by The Centre for Geohumanities as part of the Global Environmental Change (GEC) and Creating Earth Futures programme

MIMA COLLECTIONS DISPLAY

Matterlurgy installation Beneath the Signal and Noise included in mima collections display 2018-2019