2013 - 2016: A series of ‘Work at Home’ exhibitions were presented in Eindhoven and London, showing practitioners working across disciplines in form, material, process or purpose. Presenting in the home setting as an alternative display method, the exhibitions explored the continuing publicisation of our private domestic spaces.
In Eindhoven, the exhibition entitled Discursive Objects was presented during Dutch Design Week including the work of Aldo Bakker, Maarten Baas, David Bernstein, Martin John Callanan, Chmara Rosinke, The Grantchester Pottery, Richard Healy, Anton Hjertstedt, Vincent Knopper, Pieteke Korte, Nynke Koster, NOMAN, Studio Minale Maeda, and Superstudio.
For the Liquid Life exhibition in London, the work of transdisciplinary practitioners from across Europe inhabited different rooms of the house. Designers and participating artists included BLESS, Anne de Vries, NOMAN, the Grantchester Pottery, Paul Schneider, Millington Marriott, Marco Bruzzone, Alicia Ongay Perez & Vincent Tarisien, and Panel.
2014: For Dutch Design Week I curated an exhibition of work in progress by Design Academy Eindhoven Masters students. A green screen was used as a tool to alter or provide a context for each of the works. We produced a video documenting our conversational research into contextual design.
2010 - 2011: Over two years I curated a series of exhibitions related to the gesamtkunstwerk. Projects explored transdisciplinary practices as well as exhibitions that encompassed various mediums of 'art' production. Exhibits were produced at James Taylor Gallery for Frieze Week, and Angus-Hughes Gallery amongst others. A conversation about the nature of the gesamtkunstwerk took place amongst artists in Goshka Macuga's installation at Whitechapel Gallery