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Design

Ban Thor Phan, Thailand 2004-2012

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Programmes

Tomorrow’s Market, London 2019-2020

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Community, Programmes

The Guerrilla Lecture Initiative, London 2016

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Community, Programmes

Parasitic University of London, London Design Festival 2016

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Community, Installations

Equal Parts, Tate Britain London 2018

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Installations

A Common Ground, Tate Britain London 2018

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Performance

A Seat at the Table, Tate Britain London 2018

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Performance

Live Archive: Boulevard 3.0, Tate Britain, London 2018

Metatopia

We are no longer restricted by physical boundaries. Now our limitations lie in our ability to differentiate between reality and fiction. The physical and ethereal have merged emulsified by technology. Both in interpersonal relations and larger collective interactions. What further convolutes this temporal reality is the fact that everything is private, curated and mechanized to serve an elusive algorithm of control. Which we are constantly updating, and are so deeply embedded within the confines of. It has become difficult to differentiate our individual selves from the collective body. Glitches, apparitions  and/or deviations from this system are under such restraint that they are quelled long before they ever actuate in physical space. They are reinterpreted through the media as science fiction or brought back into the fold and recuperated by the system. Dissolving individual sovereignty. Revolutions are defined by conflict. Revolutions are pacified through this recuperation. Revolutionaries become props, symbols, landmarks of progress made by nations. Inevitably they are  removed from the context of what they were fighting. Dead lions tell no tales.