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Dusk falls on Stereochron

FIELD RESEARCH: Our research into alternative clocks began on Stereochron Island in 2014* with the Spring dawn chorus. We completed them with this sound study at dusk on Vertumnalia, the ancient celebration of seasonal change. The model for this final

Dusk falls on Stereochron

FIELD RESEARCH: Our research into alternative clocks began on Stereochron Island in 2014* with the Spring dawn chorus. We completed them with this sound study at dusk on Vertumnalia, the ancient celebration of seasonal change. The model for this final

Cautionary notices for clock users

STUDIO PROJECT: Signs to be placed beside clocks. From my Stereochron Island campaign. Title: Cautionary notices for clock users, 1 & 2 Date: 2014 Media: 1. photocopy 2. cyanograph paper exposed to sunlight

Cautionary notices for clock users

STUDIO PROJECT: Signs to be placed beside clocks. From my Stereochron Island campaign. Title: Cautionary notices for clock users, 1 & 2 Date: 2014 Media: 1. photocopy 2. cyanograph paper exposed to sunlight

A Storm is Blowing/Timekeeper

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & EXHIBITION: From January to October 2013 I was Timekeeper in residence at the UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in central London. My role was to devise and lead a multi-disciplinary creative research project supported by the Arts &

A Storm is Blowing/Timekeeper

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & EXHIBITION: From January to October 2013 I was Timekeeper in residence at the UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in central London. My role was to devise and lead a multi-disciplinary creative research project supported by the Arts &

Life Maps (Tristram Shandy)

STUDIO PROJECT: What should a map of the internal experience of time look like? Should it be an orderly chase over a metaphysical racetrack? Or something less mappable, measurable and comparable? These are the questions behind Life Map (Tristram Shandy)

Life Maps (Tristram Shandy)

STUDIO PROJECT: What should a map of the internal experience of time look like? Should it be an orderly chase over a metaphysical racetrack? Or something less mappable, measurable and comparable? These are the questions behind Life Map (Tristram Shandy)

Timekeeper interview

JOURNAL: An interview by Jessika Green in TiP (Thinking in Practice, Balmond Studio, June 2013). As she prepares for the installation of A Storm Is Blowing at UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, Cathy Haynes shares her thoughts on resisting

Timekeeper interview

JOURNAL: An interview by Jessika Green in TiP (Thinking in Practice, Balmond Studio, June 2013). As she prepares for the installation of A Storm Is Blowing at UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, Cathy Haynes shares her thoughts on resisting

Timekeeper interview

RADIO: For a fifteen-minute rollercoaster ride around the kind of objects explored by my Timekeeper project at UCL Petrie Museum, have a listen to this interview with the Timekeeper on Monocle 24 radio’s Weekly programme. I appear about 33mins into

Timekeeper interview

RADIO: For a fifteen-minute rollercoaster ride around the kind of objects explored by my Timekeeper project at UCL Petrie Museum, have a listen to this interview with the Timekeeper on Monocle 24 radio’s Weekly programme. I appear about 33mins into

On Trying to Map A Life

MASS COLLABORATION: In March 2012, on the invitation of curator Alfredo Cramerotti, I gave a performance-lecture, ‘On Trying to Map A Life’, for the We Are The Time conference at the Studium Generale Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. I talked about the

On Trying to Map A Life

MASS COLLABORATION: In March 2012, on the invitation of curator Alfredo Cramerotti, I gave a performance-lecture, ‘On Trying to Map A Life’, for the We Are The Time conference at the Studium Generale Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. I talked about the