Critical text on Whale Watching, by artist Olga Koroleva for Animal Gaze 2020, School of Art, Architecture, and Design, London Metropolitan University & TBA21-Academy’s Ocean Archive.
The Sea is Changed critical text.
Living Symphonies in The Learned Pig
Catalogue Essay for MOCA, London.
For the Love of Corals: Insights into the Archive & the Aquarium.
In 2014, the Horniman Museum’s collection of cyanotypes created by Victorian botanist Anna Atkins came to have a contemporarily reassessed value as the most complete folio of Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions in the world. Meanwhile, however, the Horniman Museum Aquarium’s, Project Coral, a ground-breaking programme led by scientist & aquariam curator, Jamie Craggs, made conservational history in understanding the precise conditions needed to artificially induce corals to spawn within the captive environment. Between 2017 and 2018, I collaborated towards a research & development project with the artist & filmmaker, Sonia Levy, which originated from our shared interest in these two very different kinds of museological ‘displays’ cared for by the Horniman Museum in London’s Forest Hill. After we delivered our findings at Aarhus University’s Remaking the Museum: Curation, Conservation, and Care in Times of Ecological Upheaval, in Moesgaard Museum, Denmark, Levy went on to develop her film, For The Love of Corals.
Art & Algae: The Work of Anna Atkins in Full Stop Journal.
Forensics: The Anatomy of a Crime in The Learned Pig
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