Written to accompany the announcement of my departure from Dark Mountain after ten years at the heart of the project.
A reflection on my collaboration with the Dutch-Serbian architecture duo STEALTH.unlimited.
An essay written for the programme for the Orange Tree Theatre production of Joe White’s Mayfly.
Issue 16 of my Crossed Lines newsletter was where we first announced the launch of a school called HOME.
A tribute to a writer by whose work so many of us found our bearings. Written for Contemporary Theatre Review.
For AHA! festival in Gothenburg, Alexander Dam, Sara Rousta and I created this performance for two dancers and a writer running out of words.
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 was my contribution to the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Centre for Environment and Development Studies at Uppsala University.
This essay on the role of art in modernity and its relationship to the sacred was written for Dark Mountain: Issue 12 – SANCTUM.
An essay for The Precariat, a one-off newspaper published by the organisers of Planet B festival in Peterborough.
An angry, hopeful reflection written in the days after the UK general election of 2017.
When the regular mechanisms of political narration break down, there is a need for something stranger: liminal writing for liminal times.