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suspiration!, 2021





suspiration!, HD video, 23m 43sec, 2021

Installation view.slow breath, The NewBridge Project, Gateshead, 2021
Photo: Matt Pickering

In March 2021 suspiration was a work in progress titled Pining.  This was screened as part of a live online event with Samra Mayanja and Olamiju Fajemisin; curated byTendai Mutambu and Lily Tonge; hosted by the South London Gallery.
A publication featuring texts in response to the event is available here.




Untitled (the cold) 2020/21 





Top: Untitled (cold research sketch), digital collage, 2020, Camara Taylor.
Source Image: Lumbermen of the British Honduras Forestry Unit In the United Kingdom, c. 1941, Imperial War Museum Collection, © IWM K 935


Bottom: Untitled (cold research sketch), digital collage [possible poem], 2020.
Source Image: 'Going to Britain?', BBC Caribbean Service. © BBC, held by the British Library


Digital research sketches produced to accompany my introduction to a series of commission I curated for MAP Magazine X SWBN.  The series engaged ‘the cold’ in some of its various registers and realities.

The four texts are available below:









sorry i missed you, 2021






sorry I missed you, digital zine, 46pages, 2021
found, stolen and made image and text thinking with and responding to the lives and work of Edwin Morgan and Maud Sulter.


Made thanks to a Second Life Grant supported by Creative Scotland, the Saltire Society and The Edwin Morgan Trust.Special thanks to Sebastian Ymai for the training and collaboration in screen printing.

The full publication can be viewed here.



mind how you go, 2018 - present




mind how you go,  HD video, work in progress


queer time school, 2018





Top: Installation view, queer times school prints, GOMA, Glasgow

Bottom: ’conversations with M...’, giclee print, 59x84cm, 2018.

Commissioned and acquired by Glasgow Museums as part of queer times school prints, an exhibition featuring 10 artists’ commissions exploring aspects of  (LGBTPQI+A) histories and experiences in Scotland from the past 50 years.  Part of an art and citizenship project commissioned and acquired by Glasgow Museums from Jason E. Bowman, an artist with a curatorial practice.







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