88.7: Stories of the First Transnational Traders
Academics, professionals and the public are beginning to question the longevity of current socio-economic and political models. Based on deep research, my work speculates on how alternative power structures might present themselves as they mutate and collapse.
In a future Mumbai, small, localised hierarchies born of necessity and desperation drive the adoption of synthetic biological technology in urban infrastructure.
At the Arctic circle, the disintegration of state control in the financial services provides the opportunity for an edge on the markets using human constructs of time and space.
By using the visual languages of design, I bring debates over the future of our human systems to public debate.
BA (Hons), Design for Interaction and Moving Image (First class), London College of Communication, 2009
Associate lecturer, London College of Communication, 2011 to present