Category: Publications


October: work has begun at the British School at Rome, where I am very happily living and working until the end of the year as the Derek Hill Foundation Scholar (picture of marble cabinet here, which I am currently spending quite a bit of time exploring).


Anneka French has written an essay on my Body/Building polaroid works for Photomonitor this month and there is also a four-page feature on my work by Robert Preece in the October issue of Sculpture magazine with a small extract available online here.



Sexy films

I made this film. Essentially a valentine’s card, it’s short but has a sexy soundtrack and features the ultimate erotic architecture; several ‘crotch shots’ where walls and ceilings meet in the pavilions in the Giardini della Biennale in Venice.

sexy films

Architecture is the Ultimate Erotic Act, 2014 (2 mins 15 seconds), made especially for Sex Shop.

SEX SHOP is an artist-run distribution network for social products. Just like sex it brings together people from all walks of life. Just like a shop it distributes useful goods.
Valentine’s Day
from 6pm
20 Parade Mews London SE27 9AX


Available at Sex Shop for £2 from 14th February or for £3 by post. Email me if you’d like one.



After a great opening at Danielle Arnaud Gallery, the exhibition is open and the publication on sale. There are some fantastic essays in the book and it’s beautifully designed by Ken Kirton – great use of different paper stocks and embossed cover. The book will be available as an e-book on Amazon shortly. I will be talking about my work in Topophobia at the Symposium at Central St Martins on 10th February – more information on this, the publication, artists, exhibition etc HERE.

Block Magazine

I found this little magazine in Tate Liverpool today, it’s called Block.

They say that they are ‘a new magazine for writing – review, reflection, story, poem or polemic – on architecture, built space and the city and its representation or exploration through sketch, photograph, drawing and graphic image. Block aims to present architecture’s reflection across a wider field of contemporary culture, and its place within it.’

I love it. Issue 1 is called ‘The Modest’ and it is a recycled paper love-fest for all buildings plain and humble. AND it’s yellow. All in all, it’s made my day. Issue 2 is on ‘The Facade’ a subject that I constantly return to, so I am excited to see it.