London – Conference

Recently I presented  at the 2018 Annual Association for Art History conference in London as part of a day long panel on Aural Affects and Effects: Explicit and Implicit sounds and rhythms in contemporary visual media put together by Olga Nikolaeva, Christine Sjöberg and Johnny Wingstedt. Not only did several aspects of my research fall … More London – Conference

Forensic Architecture work on reconstructing the layout of the Saydnaya prison from memories

Because of  the incidence of hallucination in ICU  wards and hospitals in general I’ve always been interested in its influence on memory. This is an amazing body of work piecing together a large number of separate memories about a place from the occupants some of whom you would have to expect  would be hallucinating through lack … More Forensic Architecture work on reconstructing the layout of the Saydnaya prison from memories

The rise and rise of algorithms in the treatment of patients.

https://qz.com/1189730/google-is-using-46-billion-data-points-to-predict-the-medical- outcomes-of-hospital-patients/ The title of the article on the quartz website is  Google is using 46 billion data points to predict the medical outcomes of hospital patients’.   This includes the claim by Google that they have …. ‘the ability to predict patient deaths 24-48 hours before current methods… ‘ The research paper from Google … More The rise and rise of algorithms in the treatment of patients.

Documentation of the card game ‘Racing Patience ICU’

A short video, four minutes in length, documenting some of the first games played of Racing Patience ICU.  The artist Fiona Davies plays against the performance artist Tom Isaacs and the curator Lizzy Marshall. In the card game Racing Patience ICU there are two players. One draws a central card that describes the patient’s stats … More Documentation of the card game ‘Racing Patience ICU’