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Documenting the residency process at Swansea University. Available now. Please contact




Workbook: Bridging the Gaps Residency Publication/Artwork – available soon






















Workbook documents the residency process of the Institute for Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands whilst Artist in Residence for Bridging the Gaps, funded by EPSRC at Swansea University from September 2012 – May 2013.


It is both artwork and document. A limited amount of copies come with a ‘recipe for optimum outcomes’ badge. Please contact if you would like a copy.

Post-Residency Focus Group



P1000563On Tuesday 23rd July the Institute invited performance poet Howard Ingham (top image on left), who has also been working at the university and has done in various capacities for the last twenty years, to give a tour to the small focus group comprised of artists Jason Cartwright, Owen Griffiths, Becky Williams and Fern Thomas. Ingham’s tour reflected his personal account of the history, research and questions relating to the university.


Later the focus group wandered around the university buildings and grounds and sat in the cafeteria space in Fulton House to discuss issues surrounding the languages of art and science and the role of the artist in a university context. A micro project is in process to reflect this one day discussion.




Above Image: a limited edition print by Bridget Riley found on the group’s dérive in the corridors of the Wallace Building, named after Alfred Wallace, which houses science and geography.


What is it doing there? | What is it’s function in this corridor?

Workbook Launch – Bridging the Gaps Residency


To coincide with the publication launch of Workbook to mark the end of the Bridging the Gaps Residency

>>Workbook Launch Video

click green text above for video / sound work


Phenomenology of space, Swansea University image no.2






















image taken in the humanities building with unknown silver being/architectural structure. perhaps from another time.

Phenomenology of space: Swansea University image no.1: ‘Sea Level 2035′



intervention by unknown person at Swansea University, at the back of the Wallace Building



residency conclusion #2


University Dialogues

gargoyle bird dialogue