Review of Jo Clements solo show at The Whitaker Museum & Art Gallery.
Reflections on the work of the many-faceted South African artist Albert Adams, including a brief delve into his archives which are held at the University of Salford Art Collection.
My first article for Art UK, a profile of Albert Adams, a South African-born, London-based artist whose work began to gain wider attention later in his life, and whose output included painting, etching, printmaking and book cover design. Fastidious, imaginative and technically brilliant, Adams experimented widely with style and scale throughout his career.
I've written 11 short stories to date, 6 of which have been published across 8 different publications in the UK, USA and Ireland. I'm working towards a collection that imagines queer experiences at different points in history, from Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall in 1961, to a near-future non-binary software drama, to an elevator boy at The Ritz Paris in the 1920s. My work has appeared in the Best British Short Stories anthology, The Stinging Fly, an award-nominated edition of Foglifter, and short-listed for an Aesthetica Creative Writing Award.
I interviewed South African artist Lady Skollie during her show, ‘Weakest Link’, a solo exhibition presented at Eastside Projects Birmingham in 2019. This work appeared in The Fourdrinier online and in their special print edition,
Review of a series of drawings made between 1947–2007 by legendary 20th-century artist, Louise Bourgeois.
An interview with DJ Mix-Stress of Manchester-based events collective RebeccaNeverBecky for Manchester's Finest online magazine.