Exhibition-making is meaning-making, whether one is working as a curator, a collections manager or as an artist. It is as exciting and complex an intellectual endeavour as is writing a book — and logistically far more complex. It requires a high degree of research skill, technical knowledge, conceptualisation and visualisation expertise, communications flair, financial dexterity, stamina, and a love of material culture, of collaborative work, and of the audience. I have curated innovative exhibitions for both museums and galleries in the fields of science, technology, medicine, design and the fine arts, as well as having created large-scale collaborative site specific projects and showing as an artist internationally.

Exhibition Histories in Science and Technology

Exhibition histories as a form began to appear in several disciplines at once in quick succession at the end of the 1990s.

Senior Research Associate, Assembling Alternative Futures for Heritage

Senior Research Associate, Assembling Alternative Futures…

Split + Splice

Split + Splice: Fragments from the Age of Biomedicine, Exhibition…

Thinking Through Objects

Thinking Through Objects, presentation at The Exhibition…
Full Solar Spectrum

You are Here: The Design of Information

You Are Here: The Design of Information, Curatorial Advisor,…

Atomism & Animism

Atomism & Animism, Science Museum, London (1997 to…

Studiolo

Studiolo: The Collaborative Work of Martha Fleming and Lyne…

Open Book

Open Book: Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Science Museum…

Introduction & Index

Introduction & Index, silkscreened translucent banners…

Eat Me / Drink Me / Love Me

Eat Me / Drink Me / Love Me:  The New Museum (New York,…

Art Metropole Video Distribution

Distribution Manager, Artists' Videotapes, Art Metropole,…