This work explores how objects, signs, and symbols are curated in politicised landscapes for the purpose of generating, cultivating, and manipulating memory. These tools are also used to co-opt and commandeer relationships with past, present, and future struggles.
"The border is a scar"
A journey from Lough Foyle to Carlingford Lough, along the border separating the Republic of Ireland from Northern Ireland.
New York Times / Vanity Fair
What Does a Jew Look Like?
A book of portraits showcasing some of the many different ways people can be Jewish in Britain today.
Five Leaves Books
A Short Guide the United Kingdom Immigration Detention Estate.
Arts Council England
Tilbury: A Brexiteer Town
Twenty miles east of London, one forgotten port community is on the frontline of a global upheaval. Tilbury's contested history is a window onto our fast-changing political landscape - in Britain, and beyond
The World Post
Walking London's orbital.
The Debatable Lands
A journey through the Scottish Borders and Northern England at a time of great political change.
The New Yorker