Appearing on Joanna Harcourt-Smith’s podcast to talk about my trajectory from Dark Mountain to a school called HOME.
‘I want to tell you a story about Boris Johnson’s heart. There’s a woman involved, but this isn’t what you’re thinking.’
To mark the publication of SANCTUM, a special issue of Dark Mountain on the theme of ‘the sacred’, I had this conversation with one of the book’s contributors.
This essay on the role of art in modernity and its relationship to the sacred was written for Dark Mountain: Issue 12 – SANCTUM.
When the regular mechanisms of political narration break down, there is a need for something stranger: liminal writing for liminal times.
For the fifth Dark Mountain book, I wrote this essay looking back on what we’d learned from four years of running the Uncivilisation festival.
This book is a document of the work of Robert and Geska Brečević (aka Performing Pictures), but also an enquiry into the discomfort it has caused among their art-world contemporaries.
The essay which introduces The Crossing of Two Lines, the book I made with the artist duo Performing Pictures.