based in London

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Recent Selected Exhibitions, Projects, Texts and Talks:

Text to accompany Hassan Kurbanbaev’s solo exhibition Logomania: Owning the World at Half Price, at Micki Meng, San Francisco

A profile of me in the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Insight Magazine, Spring 2024

Self-Determination: A Global Perspective, at IMMA, review for Art Monthly, no.473

Lutz Bacher: AYE! at Raven Row, review for Art Monthly, no.472

Sara MacKillop: Separate Volumes at Ginny on Frederick, review for Art Monthly, no.470
Grace Schwindt: Defiant Bodies at Kunstmuseum St Gallen, review for Art Monthly, no.463

Marcus Coates: The Directors, Artangel, Churchill Gardens Estate, London, review for ArtReview, October 2022

Future Archive, book edited by Rut Blees Luxemburg, published by Folium, featuring the work Conditions of Engagement

Lecture at Spike Island Associates, July 2022
Alice Theobald: IL Y AURA (There will be) at South London Gallery, review for Art Monthly, no.455

Text to accompany Paul Chapellier’s solo exhibition Old, Possibly Antique at SEAGER, London

Risk of the Caring Kind, lecture for Temperatures, an online series by Bonner Kunstverein, Kunstverein München and Kunstverein Nürnberg, 27th January 2022 

David Medalla: Parables of Friendship at Bonner Kunstverein, review for Art Monthly, no.452

Peggy Ahwesh: Vision Machines at Spike Island, review for Art Monthly, no.451

Kerry Tribe: Standardised Patient at Wellcome Collection, review for Art Monthly, no.448

Text to accompany Katarina Sylvan’s solo show Somewhere Along Those Lines at Intersticio, London

You Keep Me Hangin’ On, hosted by Katarina Sylvan as part of Plantagorie, organised by Carla Adra, at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (group) 
, Plicnik Space (group)
Text to accompany Sung Tieu’s solo show What is your |x|? at Emalin, London
Steve McQueen, at Tate Modern, review for Art Monthly, no.436, and discussion on the Art Monthly Talk Show on Resonance FM and podcast
Antoine, Antoine, for FFIFA Fan Fiction Internationale (group)
Leslie Thornton: Ground, at Kunstverein Nürnberg, review for Art Monthly, no.435
Profile: Sung Tieu, Art Monthly, no.433, February, and discussion on the Art Monthly Talk Show on Resonance FM and podcast

The Same Tendency, curated by Scarlett Platel, Summerhall Gallery, Edinburgh (group)
Playing Houses, Flat Time House TV, Flat Time House, London (screening)
Undefining Folium, exhibition and book launch at Art Lacuna, London (group)
Malignant Potential, curated by Vlada Maria Tcharyeva, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich (performance)
Letter from Rabat, Art Monthly, no.432, December–January
Something Written or Recorded, @a_space_is_a_space, curated by Sam Gough-Yates (group)
French & Mottershead: Woodland, review for Art Monthly, no.431, November
Conditions of Engagement, Battersea South Billboard Commission, Howie Street, London, curated by Linsey Young and Rut Blees Luxemburg (monthly iterations)
Future Archive, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, curated by Agata Kik (group)
pure horror (iPhone notes), in Momentary Glimpses, published by Folium, for A Momentary Glimpse of Absolute Contentedness, by JJ Chan, Lily Brooke Gallery, London (publication) 
Once There Were Walls, Safehouse 1, London (group)
You, me & everybody else, Oneroom Gallery, London (group)
Portfolio Review: Postural Competencies in Undefining Folium, Folium Books, ed. by Harry Gammer-Flitcroft and Stewart Hardie (publication)
Exhibition Reviews Annual, International Awards for Art Criticism 5 (London; Shanghai: IAAC) (publication)
Richard Billingham: Ray & Liz, film review for Art Monthly, no.426, and discussion on the Art Monthly Talk Show on Resonance FM and podcast
Bank-Basement-Becker (Julie Becker: Federal Building With Music), in Art Monthly online, as winner of the Michael O’Pray Writing Prize
with JJ Lincoln, Maygrove Arches, London, curated by Vlada Tcharyeva, part of Art Licks Weekend
The sky has no surface, Berwick-upon-Tweed, UK, curated by Stewart Hardie (group)
Degree Show RCA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore
Too Much Information, Seventeen, London (group)
Exhibition Reviews Annual, International Awards for Art Criticism 4 (London; Shanghai: IAAC),  (publication)
Young Art 2018, interview (publication)
On describing surface features in Perpetual Inventory 3, Offline Press, ed. by Camille Yvert (publication)
On describing surface features, with Chiraz Aich, Filet, London (performance)
Situation 3, Space 26, London (group, with Hannah Rowan and Naja Hendriksen)
Critical Cartographies, Filet, London (group)

Visiting Lectures and/or Tutorials:

2022: Royal College of Art, MA Sculpture

2022: Spike Island Associates

2021: Central Saint Martins, Fine Art

2020: University of Nottingham, MArch Architecture

2017: Camberwell College of Arts, BA Sculpture

2017: UCA Farnham, BA Fine Art
2017: University of Suffolk, BA Fine Art
2017: Edinburgh College of Art, BA Sculpture
2017: University of Brighton, BA Sculpture


2020: Goldsmiths: MA, Contemporary Art Theory (with distinction). Dissertation: Biting the Hand That Feeds You.

2020: Institutional Analysis, Goldsmiths (short course, 10 weeks)

2018: Royal College of Art: MA, Fine Art, Sculpture (with distinction). Dissertation: A Devil in the Detail.
2014: University College London: MBBS, Medicine
2011: University of Cambridge: BA, Medical Sciences (double first), History of Art (first)


2023-2028: Royal College of Psychiatrists, Artist in Residence

2019: Spazio Speciale, Palermo, Sicily

2017: Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
2017: The Old School Residency, Gorna Lipnitsa, Bulgaria

Awards, Scholarships and Grants:

Michael O’Pray Prize, presented by Film and Video Umbrella in partnership with Art Monthly
Goldsmiths Excellence Fee Waiver
International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) 2018 (Shortlisted)
International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) 2017 (Shortlisted)
South London Gallery Graduate Residency (Shortlisted)
Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize (Shortlisted)
Elizabethan Club Arts Award
The South Square Trust Grant
Bluewolf Scholarship and Commission
Heller Bursary, University College London
Awards of Merit (2013, 2014), University College London
Second Year and Senior Scholarships, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

Other Experience:

2023-present: Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPsych)
2014-present: doctor, NHS. From 2019-2023: core psychiatry training, South London & Maudsley
2020-2021: co-founder and co-director of General Release

2014: medical electives at Yale University, Connecticut Mental Health Center (Law and Psychiatry) and the New York Psychiatric Institute (Forensic Psychiatry and Sexual Behavior)