Chapter: “Drone Poetry”. To be included in Ambient Stories: Digital Writing in Place. Ed. Amy Spencer. Emerald.
Chapter: “Last Shores”. To be included in Future Histories of Machine Vision. . Eds. Jill Rettberg, Chris Ingraham, Anne Karhio. MIT Press.
Chapter: “Signal Generators”. To be included in The Future of Text: A 2020 Vision. Ed. Frode Hegland. See here.
Journal Article: “Electronic Literature and the Anthropocene”. Electronic Book Review.
Journal Article: “Waveform-Video Sequence”. For IJCMR: Fiction Machines Special Issue.
Paper Presentation: “Datacene: Nonhuman Perception in the Art of the Anthropocene”. For Art + Anthropocene, University of York, March 2020.
Public Presentation and Exhibition: Artists’ Books Now: Futures. British Library, February 2020.
Journal Paper: Tweeting the Cosmos: On the Bot Poetry of The Ephemerides. Convergence. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856519837796.
Peer Reviewed Article: The Book and its Algorithm. Artist’s Book Yearbook 2020-2021. Impact press (2019). Available here.
Peer Reviewed Paper Presentation and Public Art Installation: Electronic Literature in the Anthropocene. ELO 2019 (The Electronic Literature Organization Conference & Media Arts Festival), University College Cork, July 2019. Delivered a paper that situates the Waveform drone poetry project in relation to other electronic literary works that engage themes of environmental sensing and sense-making. Also exhibiting visual outputs from the Waveform project at the Glucksman Gallery, as part of the ‘Peripheries‘ exhibition.
Paper Presentation: Wayfaring in Time—The Ambient Storytelling of Wandering Games. MIX 2019, Bath-Spa University, July 2019. Delivered a joint paper with Dr. Jenna Ng on ambient storytelling in so-called ‘walking simulators’ or ‘wandering games’.
Paper Presentation: Entangling Air, Sea, and Sensors: Wavescapes and Waveforms. “Moving Literary Geographies”, Royal Holloway, June 2019.
Paper Presentation: Sensing the Anthropocene – Detectors, Drones, and Data-Driven Poetry. “Art in the Anthropocene”,, Trinity College Dublin, June 2019.
Peer Reviewed Article: Writing, Weaving, and Performativity: Some Notes on Solid State Poetry. The Writing Platform. Available here.
Journal Paper: Waves to Waveforms: Performing the Thresholds of Sensing and Sense-Making in the Anthropocene. Arts 7(4) 70. DOI: 10.3390/arts7040070.
Public Art Installation: But There is No Land Near the End, Glasgow School of Art, March 2018. Publication developed by A+E Collective, showcasing the work of over twenty internationally based contemporary artists, poets, and writers whose practices engage with ecological questions. Both the publication and the event were named after a poem included within the Waveform collection.
Paper Presentation: Reading the Waveform: Deterritorializing the Sensory, Aalborg University, May 2018. Politics of the Machines: Art and After conference, associated with EVA Copenhagen.
Peer Reviewed Article: Drone Poetry: On Deploying Sensory Technologies as Tools of Writing. The Writing Platform. Available here.
Paper Presentation: Writing the Nonhuman in the Anthropocene, Bath Spa University, July 2017. Delivered as part of MIX 2017 “Writing Digital” conference.
Paper Presentation: Reading the Waveform: Deterritorializing the Sensory in Drone based Arts Practice, Goldsmiths, University of London, June 2017. Delivered as part of the MeCCSA PGN Conference 2017 “Borders & Boundaries: Territories, Technologies, Transgressions”.
Paper Presentation: Enacting the Nonhuman Eye: Digital Visualisation as Performative Knowledge-Making Practice, Kings College London, May 2017. Delivered as part of the “New Perspectives in Digital Humanities” conference.
Journal Paper: Virtual Post-Literatures: Technology, Agency, Meaning. CounterText 2(3) 338–355. DOI: 10.3366/count.2016.0064.
Paper Presentation: Voices of the Machine: Adventures in Digital Storytelling, University of Exeter, July 2016. Seminar on the evolution of digital storytelling technologies and techniques over the past sixty years, illustrated with live demonstrations of historical and contemporary software art.
Paper Presentation: Digital Literature & The Entanglements of Network Agency, University College London, March 2016. Delivered as part of “Looking for Agency: The Politics of the Material and Beyond” conference.
Public Art Installation: Entanglements and Interventions: Exploring the Digital World through Art, London Barbican, November 2015. A pop-up exhibition exploring the performative intersection of art, technology, and creativity in furthering academic practice. Held in association with the “Kinesis and Stasis” ‘un-conference’ run by the TECHNE AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership.
Public Art Installation: Wor(l)ds in Collision – Art, Poetry, and Wittgenstein, University of Exeter, June 2015. Contributed digital art prints to an exhibition of literary artworks that intersect with the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Paper Presentation: Defining the Digital Arts: A Case Study in Digital Literature, King’s College London, June 2015. Presented at the first early career researcher conference in Digital Arts and Humanities at King’s College London, “Blue Skies Above, Solid Ground Below: Innovation and Sustainability in Digital Humanities”.
Artist’s Talk: The Long Goodbye: A Conversation across a Century, Exeter, August 2014. Contributed digital art prints to a commemorative exhibition marking the centenary of the start of the First World War. Provided an introductory talk at the public opening related to the work exhibited, exploring the relations between Morse telegraphy and modern digital communications.
Paper presentation: God’s Eye View: The Digital Earth From Orbit, University of Exeter, September 2014. Delivered as part of the “Green Connections: Environmental Response & the Arts” conference, this paper explored the iconography of the ‘Whole Earth’ for the modern environmental movement, and effectively served as a companion to a paper delivered the previous month at “Cosmographies”.
Paper presentation: Data Space: Discovering the Digital Cosmos, Falmouth University, July 2014. Delivered as part of the “Cosmographies” conference, this paper examined the communications networks that bring images of the cosmos within the domain of digital experience.