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Public Engagement

‘Are You Clean? Real-time Technologies and Identity, Property and Privacy,’ Moz-Ex art exhibition curated by the Victoria and Albert Museum and Tate Digital Learning. Mozilla Festival, London, 28-30 October 2016.

I am on the Advisory Group of the Art/Law Network and was a participant in the Art/Law Network Workshop for artists organised in conjunction with the Socially Engaged Art Salon as part of the Artists Open Houses Festival, Brighton, 20 May 2017.

Member of the Programme Committee for the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (‘EVA’) Conference, London, 2015 to date.

Panellist in a public debate on the art work ‘The Trial of Superdebthunterbot’ at the invitation of the artist, Helen Knowles, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 26 February 2017.

Participant as ‘Court Clerk’ in the art/law event, ‘Karaoke Court’ at the invitation of the artist, Jack Tan, The Yard Theatre, London, 23 June 2016.

Participant in a LinkedIn group, the ‘Fraud Academy Forum’, which has over 200 members, 2016 to date.

Blogger by invitation for GlobalCriminology.com on ‘Open Government and Contracting Out National Security’, 2013-14.

"I have spoken conferences including the: Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities;  European Group for Organisational Studies ('EGOS'); International Symposium on Electronic Art (‘ISEA’); Association of Art Historians ('AAH'); and the International Conference on the Inclusive Museum."

I have been invited to speak at various events, including a panel on 'Aesthetic Archives' at the Royal College of Art and to give lectures at The London College of Communication, The University of the Arts, London; The Thursday Club at Goldsmiths, University of London and Leeds Metropolitan University, Department of Fine Arts.

Articles

‘State Britain and the Art of (Im)proper Democratic Protest’, Law, Culture and Humanities. Prepublished January 1, 2016. DOI: 10.1177/1743872115625433.

‘Aesthetic Archives’, Art Libraries Journal 2016: 41 (1) 11-23 Co-authored with the artist Michael Takeo Magruder.

‘Legal Networks: Visualizing the Violence of the Law’. In Bowen, J., Keene, S. and Ng, K., eds. Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture. Springer (2013).

‘Network Art Unbound?’ Leonardo: Transactions 2012: 45 (5).

‘Let the Objects Speak: Online Museums and Indigenous Cultural Heritage’, International Journal of Intangible Heritage. 2009: 4 59-78. Co-authored with Saskia Vermeylen (Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University).

‘From Loss of Objects to Recovery of Meanings: Online Museums and Indigenous Cultural Heritage’, M/C Journal. 2008: 11 (6). Co-authored with Saskia Vermeylen.