Center for GeoHumanities
I am Lecturer in GeoHumanities at the Center for GeoHumanities, Royal Holloway University of London. In my role at the CGH I research, critique and design ecologies of practice that shift collective dispositions to matter, energy and the environment.
My doctoral dissertation at the University of Oxford concerned the atmospheric experiments of Tomás Saraceno. Saraceno collaborates with a large Berlin-based studio team, scientists, engineers, sociologists and many other species (especially spiders) to propose and explore new, sustainable ways of inhabiting and sensing the environment.
In a series of recent writing projects, I am expanding an aesthetic theory about transdisciplinary collaboration at the limits of sensing. This concept - or what I term 'cosmological aesthetics' - is an attempt to articulate how adventures in sensing emerge through collective endeavors and practices.