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Bio

BA with Honors, 2007, Moving Image Design, Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication;  MA(RCA), 2011, Design Interactions, the Royal College of Art, London. Concurrent Position: Director, Artist - The Department of No. Selected Exhibitions: The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Curator and Exhibitor, Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne (2017); The Design Museum London; Aram Gallery London; FACT Liverpool; STUK Leuven; HMKV Germany; V2 Rotterdam. Selected Bibliography: Forthcoming: Civil Disobedience, Green Lantern Press; Future Proof, Haverford College Publications; Working Promise; Cite Du Design Press, Architectural Design (AD) (2013); Disegno Journal, Issues 10, 11, 16; Twelve Tomorrows; MIT Technology Review. Books: The Ascent: A Stage Play, Cite Du Design Press Selected Publications: Architectural Design (AD) (2011, 2013); Creative Applications; When Site Lost the Plot, Urbanomic Press (2015); WIRED UK & USA; Smithsonian Magazine; Disegno Journal 6, 9,10; New York Times; LA Times; FT; ICON; WeMakeMoneyNotArt; Core 77; 99% Invisible; Fast Company; NPR; Resonance FM. Selected Conferences/ Lectures: A/D/O Gallery New York; Second City, Chicago; Better World by Design Conference, Brown University; Columbia Studio-X; Act Festival, South Korea; Arials, Toronto; BBC Radio 4; Central St Martins; Goldsmiths, Fine Art Department; Royal College of Art, History of Design and Critical Historical Studies; The Victoria & Albert Museum; Moving of the image, Netherlands; The Design Museum, London; Resonate 2013, Belgrade; Academy of Art, FNHW, Switzerland; The London School of Economics; University of Oxford, The Said Business School; The Tate Modern Awards: The Wellcome Trust Arts Award, Designer in Residence, The Design Museum London, Wind Tunnel Research Resident, V2 Research Fellow, The Sir Ridley Scott Award.

 

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