2019: New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. NINETEENSEVENTEEN, a new play by Penelope Dimond, a family joins the revolution.

2018: Group exhibition for TAP (The Art Practitioner) at the St. Mary’s Works, Norwich. An evening with Karl Marx, 200th centenary of the economist’s birth. Torriano Meeting House, London. 30th anniversary projects for Same Sky including enhancements to Burning the Clocks and the Childrens Parade for the Brighton Festival.

2017: Designed and advised on Blue Blouse, New Factory of the Eccentric Actor’s tribute to the international movement that introduced living newspapers into factories and workers clubs. Royal Academy and Pushkin House. London. Visual Stress video documents included in the 300th celebration exhibition of the Bluecoat, Liverpool. Helped produce the Fun Day for the Friends of Princes Park, Eastbourne. Advised on the content and designed the publicity for The Life and Death of the Puppet King Richard II, Gregory Gudgeon’s version of the Shakespeare play. Onca. Brighton and subsequent tour of the Czech Republic.

2016 to present Fun Palaces Day. Creative workshops, short performances, readings, musical interludes and discussion for everyone at the Torriano Meeting House, Kentish Town, London. Hands-on lantern making workshops with Same Sky for Be Free, a three day physical and learning disabled music festival sponsored by Mencap and Golden Lane Housing Trust at Gilwell Park in East London. Basket making instructor alongside the basket weaver Emily Hall at the Glastonbury Festival. 2016-2018 MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise, Central St. Martins, London. Operation Black Antler. Debriefing audiences following an evening of immersive police surveillance from Blast Theory and Hydrocracker. Brighton Festival.

2015 to present. International Women’s Day. Flyer design, set design, construction, short performance and readings at the Torriano Meeting House. London. 12m. Tsunami High Water Walk, guided walks around Brighton city centre for South East Dance.

2014: Visited Anhalt Dessau, Germany to research a project on micro states and flexible borders. Designed and assisted with the play AmeriKafka. A Prague Shakespeare Company production based on Kafka’s unfinished novel, adapted and directed by Gregory Gudgeon at the Theatre of the Kolowrat Palace, Prague. Designed and installed The True Value of Materials exhibit for the Material Research Exchange, Ricoh Arena Coventry, the Eco Technology Show, Brighton Centre and at the End of BRIDGE symposium for ECIT Caen. Short residency and exhibition of Therefore, a project in progress at CAC,Brighton. Attended RECIF conference on the impact of artificial reefs on the coastal environment and economy. University of Southampton. Co-ordinated mini symposium about the local effects of artificial reefs. Other related events around Reef, Simon Faithful’s installation, Fabrica, Brighton. Memorial banner and designs for the play ‘Heroines of Revolution’, New Factory of the Eccentric Actor, London. Designed the poster for ‘Tiger of Wrath’ a play about the life of Mikhail Bakunin for the New Factory. Installed Ragged Kingdom, Jamie Reid’s touring retrospective exhibition at Gallery Civica di Modena, Italy.

2013: The True Value of Materials,  co-ordinated an exhibition to show  uplifting  and beautiful uses of sustainable materials for BRIDGE at the University of Brighton gallery. Designed the trophy for the Association of Cinematographers annual award. Built the presidential limousine for a puppet re enactment of the assassination of John Kennedy. Ian Helliwell at The Basement. Brighton. Organised the event programme that ran alongside the exhibition A Cold Hand on a Cold Day. This was the first in a series of end of life projects for Fabrica, Brighton. To get a bit of perspective on the scale of the project I walked from Brighton to Dignitas headquarters in Zurich.

2012: Jubilee/Jubilejna by Anton Checkov. Design. New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. Cesky Krumlov. Czech Republic. Performance Art in Tokyo 1960. A public talk for the Catalyst Club, Japan Festival. Brighton. Ragged Kingdom II coordinator of the 2nd Jamie Reid retrospective, Templeworks, Leeds. Suno e Rromengo, residency to assist the companys bid to become the fourth national theatre of Serbia. Novi Karlovci. INVISIBLE BRIDGES. artworks selected for the exhibition, DVD and book of poetry by Xelis deToro. Brighton and Santiago de Compostela

2011Ragged Kingdom. Coordinator new work by Jamie Reid. Isis gallery. London: DEMOCRATIC PARADE, a survey of radical creativity over the past century. Visual Stress graphics and video documentation, Bluecoat. Liverpool. 2010: To Moscow To Moscow. Design. New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. London:  NIGHTWORKER Residency and exhibition alongside the House of Vernacular curated by Martin Parr. Fabrica. Brighton. BRIGHTON CHARACTERS. Performer. Directed by Tom Hickmore. Nice Pictures: REVOLUTIONARY VISITORS. Design. New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. London: 2009: VICTORY OVER THE SUN. Futurist Opera. Designer. 176 gallery. London : COSY. Photographs. Brighton Photo Biennial: THE UNTHINKABLE. Solo Exhibition. The Box. Brighton:

2008: HOLED UP. solo exhibition. Grey Area, Brighton: Paris Nous Appartient=Paris belongs to us. Paris residency: FIRE & GLASS. Performance. Tatton Park Biennial. Cheshire: PRESS RELEASE. group exhibition. Phoenix, Brighton: Os Cachorros. Performer designer. Santiago de Compostela, Spain: 2007: TIRANA CALLING. Group sound exhibition. Signal, Brighton and touring : AK:27 writer designer. New Factory Of the Eccentric Actor, London: The Maids. Design. directed by Neil Bartlett. Brighton Festival :

2006: Drawing Room, group exhibition. Phoenix, Brighton: BHD. DVD Cinematheque. Brighton and film festivals: 2005: MOLOHEYA. Residency and DVD with Haim ben Shitrit. Brighton: Lizard Day, design. directed by Tom Hickmore:1905. Design. New Factory of the Eccentric Actor: Close Proximity. co-ordinator with Helen Sloan. New Greenham Arts.  AN Publications: 2004: International Necronautical Society. Performer. ICA London: 2004-2011: NAN Advisory group member AN publications:

2002: ACONVENTION. Coordinator. Afoundation. Liverpool Biennial: 1999: TRACEY. Coordinator.  Afoundation. Liverpool Biennial: 1997: ISEA. presentation on the effect that the defeat of the US military by the Vietcong had on the development of the Internet. Manchester: 1997: Peace is Tough. Jamie Reid retrospective. Curator.  New York: 1993-present: POW Interview, performer/designer. DVD distributed by LUX and Mediaart in Europe: 1988-present. VISUAL STRESS. Monumental performance. Designer. Performer. Co-ordinator.

2001-2014: Fabrica, Brighton and Brighton Festival. Project Manager/co-ordinator/research for exhibitions and events including Bill Viola, Adam Chodzko, Jacques Nimki, Vincent Mauger, Brian Eno, Frederick Guerts, Rimini Protocoll, Semiconductor, The Beautiful Horizon.