RIFT: MA Art and Science (2019)

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MA ART AND SCIENCE 2019 @artsciencecsm #csmTAKINGSHAPE

ARTSCIENCECSM.COM @ARTSCIENCECSM Catalogue Team: Becky Lyon, Pod Hughes, Jylle Navarro With special thanks to the MA Art and Science course team: Nathan Cohen, Heather Barnett, Adrian Holme, Susan Aldworth, Roberta Ballestriero and Andy Charalambous. This show would not have been possible without the support, experience and insight of the CSM technicians. With thanks to: Billy Dickinson, Jeremy Keenan, Kevin Potter, Mus Mehmet, Becky Price, Paul Dewis, Caroline List, Kazuya Tsuji, David Stewart, Joe Harrington, Adrian Di-Duca, Gareth Jones, Dave Tatnell and many more.

Cass Art proudly supports Central Saint Martins Degree Show. The Cass Art Prize is awarded to one undergraduate and one postgraduate student selected from the show, each will receive £500 to spend on art supplies at Cass Art. Original artworks, images and texts © individual artists, 2019. Design © Becky Lyon, Pod Hughes, Jylle Navarro, 2019. Essay © Julius Colwyn, 2019. All rights reserved.


INTO THE RIFT Art and science are often perceived as diametrically opposed disciplines, mutually exclusive ways of seeking knowledge, one searching for truth in subjective experience and the other in objective reality. While the methods and subjects may differ, art and science share the same fundamental motivation. Both are human efforts to comprehend and describe the world around us, and our experience of it.

perspectives and aesthetic techniques and enabling them to make connections with other disciplines and develop methods that can move between radically different forms of enquiry. The contrasts and complementarities between art and science both reinforce and challenge one another, the qualitative and quantative forms of evaluation reveal different aspects of phenomena, the divergent definitions of truth alter interpretations of reality, the subject specific rhythms and outcomes of the work structure and inform the creative process.

The relationship between art and science is deep and runs through the length of human history, they inform one another. From the integration of music and maths in the creation of a score, to the combination of physics and engineering required to create complex structures, art and science in practice blend into one another. In culture however, an artificial distinction emerged between the two, creating a breach past which it was quite difficult to travel. With the advent of the information age, the boundaries between different kinds of knowledge have become more porous, we are more easily able to identify connections between disparate fields, to cross pollinate methods, to search for meaning in different ways. Faced with new possibilities that arise from this informational flux, interdisciplinary enquiry has proved a powerful way of interrogating the complex nature of our reality.

The collective intelligence of interdisciplinary groups comes from the overlaying of different lenses, much like a compound microscope, allowing the perception of things that one lens alone could not make clear. This process relies on the ability to exchange insights and methods, to ask questions and test assumptions. These interactions generate opportunities that can prove catalytic, evoking new forms of knowledge and different types of process. The practitioners graduating from the course this year come from a wide range of backgrounds, and use an equally diverse range of methodologies, but while teaching on the course I have observed a shared impulse which resonates through the group. Every creative practitioner is driven by questions, and this group seems to be a natural home for those questions that defy categorisation, the kinds of enquiry which cannot be undertaken from a fixed perspective.

In recent years the interplay of art and science in culture has experienced a kind of crystallisation, emerging as its own intersectional field. The MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins is at the forefront of this new approach to academic practice, introducing students to different scientific 3


A question is a kind of negative space, and spaces define what is around them, much as silence in music is necessary to give the notes meaning. It is in the voids between structures of established thinking, that truly compelling questions emerge, creating a kind of vacuum towards which curiosity is pulled, and it is into these spaces that the practitioners on this course have been drawn. The degree show exhibition RIFT traces the topography of these strange places, exploring the conceptual landscape between bodies of knowledge, marking out where one system of knowing begins to fail, and where another arises, the spaces in which objective knowing collapses altogether, and other mediums of expression thrive. The investigation of these liminal realms has led to fascinating expressions and forms, exploring future ecologies, reinterpreting organic forms, articulating the patterns of material process… It is in this rift between subjective experience and the objective reality where ‘art’ manifests. Some of the things uncovered there are beautiful, some compelling, some uncomfortable, but all of them challenge established patterns of thinking, and defy simple explanation. Julius Colwyn Artist, Designer, Lecturer April 2019

Images clockwise from top left: CERN Field Trip 2019; London LASER Labs #3; Becoming Hybrid Conference; JOYA Field Trip 2018; Biochemical Society workshop; CERN Field Trip 2019




class of 2019



joshua bourke

Being with, enduring, working in metal, knowing through making, STEM, conversity, hidden voice of NHS patient, resilient, frail, elderly

Dendrochronology, trees, growth, community, people, stories, society, intergenerational interaction, etching, discussion

Epistemology, ontology, time, existence, perception



pod hughes

Black body politics, afro portraitism, black feminism, anatomy, ethnography, artivism

Culture, gesture, hands, communication, body language

Sustainability, mycorrhizal fungi, networks, nutrients, pollution reduction, stress relief, symbiosis

Xingchen Liang



Plastic surgery, body modification, gender and culture, race and psychology

Fractal self, real-time interaction installation, videography, photography, VR

Sculpting evolution, creatured matter, weird assemblies, posthuman futures, technobiocology


class of 2019

MARITINA KELERI Spatial perception, sense of self, stereopsis, enfacement mirror, assimilation - dissimilation

Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan

Parasite, host, endoparasites, Helminth, migration, contemporary politics, refugee crisis, metaphor



Physics, astrophysics, cosmology, astronomy, geometry painting, history of science, graphic score

Neuroscience, ballet, projection, biometrics, sensation


rose mengmei zhou

Origins of creativity, new patterns, broken symmetry, strategy, embodiment

Hidden interconnectivity, ecology, play, encounter, wonder, eembodiment, stories, thinking-by-doing 9

JYLLE NAVARRO Chromatic, ephemeral, biomorphic, acid neon, multidimensional, disorderly, kinetic

riko yasumiya Medicine, physiology, human body, anatomy, muscle

lois bentley / Health and Safety (K Space): TearS Finding Form Metal sculpture formed into a hexagonal pyramid of six steel panels, suspended in space by a ship’s rope: Secured to the wall with a cleat, free to move, towards or away from the deep reflective well beneath. Each panel a collage of moments that show and hide where the artist stands now: Surprised to stand in a new place under the auspices of neuroscience, of data and measurement at CERN, of knowing-through-making and more…. The sculpture charts the artist’s research; exploring ways in which art-making can elicit the hidden voice and in so doing give NHS patients a sense of agency. lois.bentley@icloud.com / be.net/loisbentley / @lois.bentley 11

LOTTIE BOLSTER / on:growing ‘On:growing’ is a participatory piece in celebration of the later decades of life. Inspired by the respect afforded to old trees, described as venerable, majestic, monumental, three etchings provide visual representations of long and continuing life and growth. Each constitutes an invitation to interpret alone or with the co-creators in attendance. Through this invitation it explores what we can learn from one another across generations.

lottie.bolster@gmail.com / lottiebolster.com / @lottie_bolster 13

SHANNON BONO / BLACK BODY POLITICS My works sprouts from the agency for the black female visual and the muted narratives that need to be shared. I repurpose the multifunctional use of African fabric prints as a biological map for expressing identity and sexuality. Placing my own image within the frame, my anatomy works as a vessel to channel complex personal states and universal experiences of black women. Championing the accomplishments of black female leaders completes the purpose of my visual activisms. My goal is to educate, inspire and liberate the audience as an interdisciplinary artivist.

bono-art@hotmail.com / www.bono-art.com / @bonosart_ 15

joshua bourke / TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE24 How can we justify what existence is? How many ontological events are occurring in a moment in time? My practice attempts to ask whether any form of justified knowledge, built from the previous cultures and current epistemological paradigms, can truly answer these questions? Is it absurd to try? Is knowledge power if the responses to these questions continue to be pulled by our paradigms governed by information? Is there a purpose to answering each question, or should we each deem our self lucky to even exist?

joshua.s.bourke@gmail.com 17

DING TIANER / HANDS-ON Differences between cultures and their different ways of communicating always give me a lot of creative inspiration. In my practice, I focus on the exchange and communication between various cultures. There are two systems of human language, one is the vocal system, and the other is the system of body language. The latter seems to be more obscure, but usually its expression is more realistic. As a result, I concentrate on the way people use hand gestures when communicating and what they want to express behind words.

dingtianer@yahoo.com / @ding_tianer 19

POD HUGHES / DESIGNS THAT BRING YOU LIFE Mycorrhizal fungi exist within soil in symbiotic relationships with plant roots. The fungi have an enhanced capacity to source vital nutrients and water; in return the plants donate carbohydrates. This nutrient transfer network promotes sustainability, drought tolerance, longevity, pollution and disease resistance. My practice is to create plant-based product designs that harness the as yet underappreciated beneficial qualities of this valuable relationship. My aim is to find solutions to generate healthier green spaces within the urban environment to counteract pollution and stress. podkhughes@gmail.com / http://www.podhughes.com / @pod_hughes 21

Maritina Keleri / xenos I have always been curious about the forces that shape the experience of our immediate environment. Given that our perception begins and ends with the Self, the belief that the truth is subject to the observer’s point of view is reinforced. Xenos, is about how we perceive the Self and the Other. The title means ‘unfamiliar’ in Greek but the word is equally used to describe the ‘foreigner’ and the ‘guest’. Amidst the current political and social turmoil, the guest is easily turned into a foreigner. But how is this defined; who is the ‘One’ and who is the ‘Other’?

maritinakeleri@gmail.com / @maritina.keleri 23

XINGCHEN LIANG / [Unhappy skin?] “Cosmetic surgery� has always, to a certain extent, been concerned with artistic qualities. My project focuses on debates about art and reality. When facial features can be replaced as easily as accessories, is it possible that we can know who we truly are? Admittedly, regardless of the perfect paradigm for attractiveness that humans may or may not eventually find, common shared traits among humans in the future are sure to be expected in view of interracial marriages, customised cosmetology techniques, genetic engineering, genetically selected reproduction and other factors.

Xliang0204@gmail.com / @xingchenliang 25

becky lyon / fieldnotes from A technobiocology An amorphous organism in cleansing concert with the atmosphere - a budding chrysalis of a disembodied organ / terrain as skin, a membrane dividing environments, a medium for material exchange / site-specific species mutate in-situ from our metalo-plastiglomerate human archive / a binary being tethers to a tactile host instantly expressed in matter / cut’n’paste critters materialise in new forms blending beautifully-monstrously across ‘animate’ and ‘inanimate’ kingdoms.

beckyl.lyon@googlemail.com / elasticfiction.co / @elastic_fiction 27

Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan / parasite Lost: On Interruptions, On Socio-Parasitology and On metaphor The hot positive parasite incubator and orange carpet hosting diagram are inescapably within the climate of current political crises to do with migrants, lack of contact and mobility. The yellow springs have been taken out of the diagram, to be the physical manifestation of an interruption. All interruptions are positive parasites. The lecture being broadcast, is in resistance to the negative metaphor uttered in the media ‘migrants are parasites’. To harness, take control of and rework the metaphor so to hold positive associations. Human beings run parallel to endoparasites.

sabrinamhasan@yahoo.co.uk /sabrinamumtazhasan.co.uk / @sabrinamumtazhasan 29

JYLLE NAVARRO / asplenium hurricane I am a multi-disciplinary London based artist, specialising in the use of bold colour and reactive materials for interactive arts and performance. My work is constantly transforming and developing, creating new forms and experiences. I explore the manipulation of mediums, capturing visual differences in the decisive moment. Key iconic connections of inspiration flow throughout my work – light reactive, experimental, strong contrasts, vivid colour, and uncontrolled results. jylle@neonnaked.com / www.jyllenavarro.co.uk / www.neonnaked.com / @Jyllenavarro 31

HANNAH PRATT / Neutron graphic notation series My work explores the relationship between contemporary scientific research and its link to art and humanity. I work with various creative practitioners such as singers, musicians, dancers and visual artists to create a library of creative responses to contemporary astrophysical research. My particular interest is in astrophysics and how we view the universe, using deep space spectroscopy, star cataloguing, star classification and history of science. The aim of my practice and research is to explore the disconnect between scientific data, contemporary art practice and society.

hannahprattartist@outlook.com / hannahprattartist.com / @hannahshpratt, @hannahprattartist (Fb) 33

SLEEPWALKER / Fractal Self Experience This work is about experiencing the fractal self. The definition of fractal is self-similar pattern. I make real-time interactive installations to enable people to experience this. My work has four parts which create a story line to help the audience to have an immersive experience of the fractal self. I use a camera to capture the audience and generate real-time projection mapping, VR or videos. My works have involved creative collaborations with scientists, engineers and artists. I hope the audience will interact with the work and experience the fractal self.

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JASMINE SMITH / LIFT Lift (2019) is an immersive visual installation that personifies research through dance. Inpspired by American minimalism, the audience interacts with the work by walking into the scrims; creating an immersive experience for each person. The connection between the dancers and the installation illustrates the significance of human movement through minimal art.

jasmine.jin.smith@gmail.com / @Jerzmin 37

Riko Yasumiya / MUSCLE Riko Yasumiya, artist and graphic designer, is researching art in medical imaging science and human anatomy. Using various material such as thread, latex, silicon and metal, she creates geometric artefacts representing human tissues and fibres by embroidery, casting, installation and graphic design. Her artistic aim is to encourage people to become interested in physiology through the visual uniqueness of human anatomy.

rikoyasumiya@gmail.com / rikoyasumiya.com / @riko_yasumiya 39

Qian (tracey) Zhang / MAGNA CONTERENDUM: The Great Chewing

My practice is focused on the discovery of new patterns through an interdisciplinary approach. In materials physics, “symmetry breaking� is key to achieving a new order and making atoms aggregate again to produce fresh material. For me, breaking a routine can effectively extract more useful information. Breaking the symmetry is also like playing chess. Developing a strategy embodies a sense of chewing with our teeth and mind. It spontaneously sets off and causes an exquisite sense of taste. The enjoyment and contentment in playing chess is similar to my ideal state in exploring art. tracey.q.z@hotmail.com / @TraceyZhang 41

Rose Mengmei Zhou / Fellow Assemblage I am curious about ways of co-existing with non-humans as fellow friends. As an artist and creative coder, I probe familiarity we grew insensitive to, and stage playful scenarios of unexpected meetings with objects classified as inanimate entities. Physicality flattens such classifications, we all become bodies of encounters, performative processes. Currently I explore containment as a fundamental concept of bodily based meaning, drawing upon embodiment and metaphors. Relating to imaginaries about aquatic beings, I investigate the implicit inter-connectivity that we are enmeshed in.

rosemengmei@gmail.com/ rosemengmei.com / @rosezmmm 43



ROYAL SOCIETY In January 2018, the second of a series of collaborations with The Royal Society, students from MA Art and Science were invited to submit artworks in response to the theme ‘Changing Expectations’ for a Royal Society TEDx event. Six artists were selected, each presenting objects that were created to challenge research culture scientists and predict or create a new frame work for research culture. Artist Hannah Pratt explored the concept of gaming and play as a model for scientific research-thinking. She created a series of resin-cast ‘probability dice’ as a means of responding to a brief, inspired by entropy and the concept of chance. Artist Becky Lyon presented a series of materials from a ‘speculative future environment’ as a tactile aid for scientists to consider possible scenarios and consequences resulting from emerging technologies. Participants: Hannah Pratt, Becky Lyon



TATE EXCHANGE Every January, the Central Saint Martins art programme are invited to take over the TATE Exchange space within the magnificent Blavatnik building of the Tate Modern - a platform for public arts engagement. In 2018, students from MA Art & Science responded to the theme of ’Studio Complex’. London has become an increasingly difficult environment for emerging artists - with affordable spaces for occupation and experimentation a thing of the past - what is the future of the artist studio? In 2019, students responded to ‘Come Together’ - a theme addressing complex new relationship’s (and risks) between art and contemporary politics. Participants: Lois Bentley, Lottie Bolster, Shannon Bono, Joshua Bourke, Jylle Navarro, Jasmine Smith, Hannah Pratt, Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan, Becky Lyon, Rose Zhou, Maritina Keleri, Sleepwalker, Pod Hughes, Tianer Ding, Qian Zhang, Riko Yasumiya


THE CUBE In April 2018, six students on the MA Art and Science course participated in a seven month long residency programme at THECUBE, a workspace for design and technology organisations specialising in neuroscience. The residency was titled ‘The Extended Mind’ drawing directly from Andy Clark and David Chalmers’ seminal 1998 text of the same name. Each artist interrogated the material and developed their own research question in relation to their practice. Topics included the point of interruption of the parasite onto the host environment; devising triangulation of seeing, feeling and doing; nature as a production of the senses; the brain plasticity of dancers and the social implications of a fully webextended mind. The residency focused on continual research rather than an end product and comprised research seminars with practitioners from interdisciplinary fields, an exhibition of exploratory work and a series of talks and workshops. Participants: Lottie Bolster, Jasmine Smith, Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan, Becky Lyon, Qian Zhang



BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY The MA Art and Science course helps equip students with the tools and strategies to start conversations and foster collaborations with the scientific community. In February 2018, a group of scientists from the UK’s Biochemical Society visited the MA Art and Science studios for an interdisciplinary meeting-of-minds to explore different approaches to experimentation and intention – an exchange between scientists and artists interested in biochemistry and molecular biology; and in developing interdisciplinary research tools. MA Art and Science hosted the day, devising hands-on activities to present artistic research methods to the scientists, and generate an informal creative environment to facilitate the exchanging of knowledge and ways of working. Activities included sensory-deprivation drawing and language games. As evidence of success, a group of participating artists were invited to Warwick University to advise on a VR experience designed to communicate gene editing. Participants: Lottie Bolster, Jylle Navarro, Hannah Pratt, Qian Zhang



LASER LABS LASER is a series of evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversation with an audience. Running successfully in the US for several years, London LASER was the first of the series to take place in Europe, starting in February 2014. Throughout 2018 London LASER operated as London LASER Labs - an MA Art and Science student-led takeover, exploring themes at the intersection of art and science through evenings of interactivity, talks and discussion divided into two components - a participatory ’Playlab’ and a talks and networking session. ‘Virtual Imaginaries’ explored the neurological, psychological and social implications of immersive technologies with VR, XR and analogue experiments on show. ‘Liminal Bodies’ explored the intersection of the body and technology and ideas of the cyborg including DNA testing with Bento Bioworks and short stories. ‘Re:Thinking Space’ featured meteorite handling from the Natural History Museum and anti-gravity sculpture making. Participants: Lois Bentley, Becky Lyon, Hannah Pratt, Lottie Bolster, Maritina Keleri



BECOMING HYBRID As part of an on-going research partnership between Central Saint Martins and the Tokyo Institute of Technology, MA Art and Science students were invited to present introductions and host the opening activity for a joint postgraduate seminar entitled, ‘Becoming Hybrid: Transdisciplinary encounters at the crossover of Science / Technology and Art / Design’. The afternoon was devised to share insights into the concept of ‘hybridity’ across research and practice - how can sharing methods and perspectives across art & design and science & technology lead to innovative approaches to real world issues? Students from courses as diverse as mechanical engineering, narrative environments, material futures, industrial design, jewellery, ceramics and furniture design were tasked by MA Art and Science to rapid prototype a habitat for an endangered species as a means for uncovering methods and skillsets and catalysing the conversation for a productive session. Participants: Riko Yasumiya, Becky Lyon, Qian Zhang



joya In June 2018, ten MA Art and Science students retreated to the Spaghetti-Western desert of Almeria Spain for, JOYA Arte + Ecologia, an off-grid residency for artists and writers. Over seven days an eclectic cohort of creatives occupied a near-zero carbon footprint converted farmhouse-studio and traversed the landscape for dawn walks over eagle-covered cliffs, fossil hunting and forest bathing. Creative activities include astro photography in dark skies, light photography, cyanotype-making, site-specific sculpture crafted from recycled materials and the native land, daily poetry reflections and lots of walking-as-creative-practice. Participants: Jylle Navarro, Becky Lyon, Maritina Keleri, Jie Lin



CERN In mid January of 2019 a group of over 20 MA Art and Science students made their way to CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, world renowned for its discovery of the Higgs Boson particle, the invention of the World Wide Web, and home to the Large Hadron Collider. Students enjoyed a four-day immersion into the complex science currently being undertaken at an institution focusing on the provocations, ‘where did we come from?’, ‘what are we made of?’ and ‘where are we going?’. Among many activities, students were priviliged to visit the Anti-Matter Factory and the collosal CMS experiment, participate in a cloud-chamber workshop and enjoy lectures from scientists exploring the applications of particle physics on the medical industry and physicists turning data into heavy metal music… Participants: Lois Bentley, Lottie Bolster, Joshua Bourke, Jylle Navarro, Hannah Pratt, Becky Lyon, Rose Zhou, Jie Lin, Tianer Ding, Qian Zhang, Riko Yasumiya


course and independent collaborations


FEB 2018

APRIL 2018

CERN, Residency, Switzerland (JB)

London LASER Labs, Event Programming, CSM (LB, BL, HP)

Modual Immersive, Workshop, Somerset House Square (LBo / JN)

National Storytelling Week 2018, Northdown (SMH)

Screenplay: comparing experiences in digital and traditional artmaking, Workshop, Imperial College London (LBo)

DEC 2017

Art Lab, Open Studio, Elthorne Studios (All) Neon Naked, Events (JN) JAN 2018 Studio Reflex Workshop, TATE Modern (All)

MARCH 2018

Apetite, Exhibition, Apiary Studios (All) Open Dialogue, Exhibition, CSM (SB)

Changing Expectations, Exhibition, Royal Society (HP, BL)

Captive State, Exhibition Number177 (RK)

JUNE 2018

JULY 2018

Joya, Residency, Spain (MK, BL, JN, S)

Attainment Conference, Symposium, LC (SB)

Life at the Edges, Exhibition, Science Gallery Dublin (BL) Anduma: A Look Into The Future, Exhibition, ArtMelato Italy (HP) Us Bodies, A Socio-Parisitology Manifesto, Exhibition, Hundred Years Gallery (SMH) Beyond the Brain, Residency, The Cube (BL, SMH, QZ, LBo, JS)

Machine Meditation Exhibition, Athens Digital Art Festival (BL) Migrant Testing, Exhibition, Willesden Green Gallery (SMH)

MAY 2018

Cosmic Perspectives, Exhibition, Ugly Duck (RZ, BL, HP)

SEPTEMBER 2018 Creative Lab, Workshop, Arcade East (BL) OCTOBER 2018 Southend Shorts, Workshop, Focal Point Gallery/Big Screen Southend (RZ)

Now it’s here, Exhibition, UNIT 2 (SMH)



Lumen Residency, Atina, Italy (BL, HP)

Metaphonica IV, Exhibition / Performance, CSM (BL, JN, RZ, SMH) Studio Lost Properties*, BACA Art Centre/Nook Gallery Beijing (RZ)



JAN 2019

Collapsed and Reassembed, Exhibition, Crypt Gallery (RZ)

Embryonica, Open Studio, Elthorne Studios (All)

Falling Stars / Stella Cadenti, The Crypt Gallery (HP, BL)

JAN 2019

The Socio-Parisitology Manifesto Exhibition, Nunnery Gallery (SMH)

Black Bodies Brown Parasites, Exhibition, LCF High Holborn / TATE Modern / CSM (SMH, SB) Technologies of Romance, Performance, Science Museum (HP, BL) Cognitive Sensations, Exhibition, The Cube (MK)

New Horizons, Curation / Exhibition, Lumen Gallery (HP) Elevate, Exhibition, The Shard(HP)

FEB 2019

Disjointed Anatomies, UCL Anatomy Society UCL (RY)

Come Together, Workshops, TATE Modern (All) CERN, Field Trip, Switzerland (All)

MARCH 2019

APRIL 2019

JUNE 2019

WCWMB: What Can We Make and Become, Exhibition, Exposed Art Projects (LB)

Anamorphic Waves, Exhibition, Ugly Duck (LBo)

Studio-Lab of Art & Science, Collaborative Workshop, UAL X UCL (MK)

Leaves for Healing, Exhibition, Café in the Crypt Trafalgar Square (LB) Beyond Black History, Discussion, CSM (SB) Newham Word Festival, Raw Labs (SMH)

MAY 2019

Dear Neuroscience – Touch and Proprioception, Sainsbury Wellcome Foundation (LB, RZ) Biodesign Weekend, Workshop, ASCUS Lab (BL)

V&A Friday Lates (SMH) AUG 2019

Archiving the Feminist Experience, Goldsmiths Gallery, The Feminist Library (SB)


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