2016
17 – 25 Nov 2016
Being Human Festival EXHIBITION
D-Fuse Endless Cities


The D-Fuse artist documentary Endless Cities will be exhibited as part of the Being Human Festival at the School of Advanced Study, University of London from 17 - 25 November. Opening times: Mon–Fri 10.00–20.00, Sat 10.00–18.00, closed Sun and Tue.
Being Human Festival
School of Advanced Study, University of London, UK
25 Jun 2016
AV Depot PERFORMANCE
D-Fuse Latitude


D-Fuse will be performing Latitude at AV Depot at EdFex in London on 25 June.
AV Depot
EdFex, London, UK
4 Jun 2016
Splice PERFORMANCE
D-Fuse Latitude


D-Fuse will be performing Latitude at the Splice Festival at Shapes in London on 4 June.
Splice Festival
Shapes, London, UK
28 May 2016
Strange Umbrellas PERFORMANCE
Strange Umbrellas


I will be performing at Strange Umbrellas #13 at Apiary Studios in London.
Strange Umbrellas #13
Apiary Studios, London, UK
2015
18 Dec 2015
Strange Umbrellas SCREENING
Voices in a Field


Video documentation of the participatory performance Voices in a Field, which took place in Nottingham in October 2013 will be screened at Strange Umbrellas #10 at Apiary Studios in London on 18th December.
Strange Umbrellas #10
Apiary Studios, London, UK
26 Nov 2015
Swimming With Music PERFORMANCE
Swimming With Music


I will be performing an improvised set with University of East London students Thomas Couchman, Ipek Biserova and Joshua Adams, entertaining swimmers at the London Aquatics Centre on 26 Nov 4-6pm. The concert is part of the series Swimming With Music, a coproduction between UEL, Sound and Music and Bigga Fish.
Swimming With Music
London Aquatics Centre, London, UK
3 Oct 2015
Strange Umbrellas PERFORMANCE
Improvisation with Blanca Regina


I am performing an improvised set with Blanca Regina at Strange Umbrellas #9, at Apiary Studios in London. The night also features performances by Steve Beresford, Adam Bohman + John White, among others.
Strange Umbrellas #9
Apiary Studios, London, UK
24 Sep 2015 – ongoing
The Unstitute ONLINE SCREENING
No More Beyond


The continuously evolving online screening space The Unstitute has set up a new strand titled UNdiscriminate - a temporary, mobile encampment for nomadic ideas and political consciousness. This virtual space is being launched with a permanent screening of my video essay No More Beyond. Watch the project in its full length here.
UNdiscriminate
The Unstitute, online
24 Sep 2015
Student Action for Refugees SCREENING
No More Beyond


The video essay No More Beyond will be screened at the Stamford Street Lecture Theatre, Kings College London, at an event organised by KCL Student Action for Refugees, on 24 September at 6:30pm.
KCL Student Action for Refugees
Stamford Street Lecture Theatre, Kings College London, UK
10 Sep 2015
IIPPE SCREENING
No More Beyond


The video essay No More Beyond will be screened at the 2015 Annual Conference of IIPPE, the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy in Leeds, UK, on 10 September.
IIPPE Annual Conference
Leeds, UK
10 Jul – 9 Sep 2015
Wood Street Galleries EXHIBITION / PERFORMANCE
D-Fuse: Pattern & Noise


Pattern & Noise is D-Fuse’s first solo exhibition in the US, and explores the different themes central to D-Fuse's work: Small Global, on the 3rd floor, focuses on data visualisation in relation to environmental issues and global interdependency, while Tektōn, on the 2nd floor, references their roots in audio-visual culture, exploring the spatio-temporal qualities of light and motion. The exhibition will be held from 10 Jul - 9 Sep at Wood Street Galleries in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The opening night on 10 Jul also features performances of Tektōn and Latitude.
Wood Street Galleries
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
16 – 21 Jun 2015
Counterpoints Arts EXHIBITION
No More Beyond


The new three-channel video essay No More Beyond will be shown at Counterpoints Arts' dis/placed exhibition at The Ditch, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, from 16 - 21 June. No More Beyond is a video essay about boundaries filmed in the city of Melilla, a Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, where 11.5 km of heavily patrolled triple wire fence separate EU territory from migrants trying to enter. The project takes its title from the city’s motto: Non Plus Ultra.
dis/placed
The Ditch, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, UK