March 28, 2013
My review of Cyprien Gaillard’s solo New York show The Crystal World is now live on this is tomorrow. It was my first time visiting PS1, my first James Turrell, and my first Cyprien Gaillard show, and it was a beautiful snowy February day for doing new things. One especially nice thing was that Gaillard’s polaroid mosaics included images of my own home in Northern Ireland, the Bishop’s Gate and Dunluce Castle, among the post-Soviet dystopias and beer cans.
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March 13, 2013
I’m delighted to have my poem Casting Song published in the Spring 2013 edition of Abraxas, an international esoteric journal co-edited by Treadwell’s wonderful Christina Oakley Harrington. Pick up your copy full of stories, songs and scholarship here.
October 24, 2012
CLICK HERE for my review of a new show by Hammer Museum’s current artist in residence, Lucy Raven.
August 7, 2012
The Flarestack Competition Anthology 2012 has arrived! It’s on sale here. A selection of the best poems submitted to this year’s pamphlet competition, the anthology opens with my piece of pro-Inuit propaganda, No Nemo.
June 24, 2012
Check out the new inc. magazine, which matches new short poems up with an illustrator. This issue is postcard themed and includes my email poem. Lovely magazine, lovely illustrations. Order your copy here.
May 17, 2012
My poem “All thoughts are prey to some beast” can be found in issue 23 of streetcake magazine. I called it after a Bill Callahan song. streetcake, also featuring lovely work by Lorna Callery and Sophie Clarke, is live here:
April 20, 2012
I’m happy to say that my poem No Nemo will be included in the Flarestack 2012 Anthology alongside their pamphlet competition winners. Check out the list of poets here.
March 14, 2012
My article on the Mike Kelley tributes in Los Angeles is live on this is tomorrow. I got to the MOCA tribute and the Tipton Way spontaneous memorial, which is sadly no longer there, but happily may be preserved long-term by the Mike Kelley Foundation.
February 17, 2012
My review of Lydia Gifford’s solo show at the David Roberts Art Foundation in London is live at this is tomorrow. I enjoyed it very much, the show is a very calm, meditative space in the middle of grimy Great Portland Street, and I spent a lot of time there.
Read the full article here.
November 7, 2011
Check out my review of the travelling Lynda Benglis retrospective in Los Angeles this October. A strong show well put together. It might have been interesting to see it in New York, too, since that’s the art world environment Benglis was reacting against in many of the pieces, but something about glo-in-the-dark plastic lava just worked so well in LA.