The Amputee at the Keyboard – Digital Text as Prosthesis

Archival re-enactment of a paper first delivered at ‘The Body and the Digital’, JAM Conference 2013, University of Reading (Department of Film, Theatre and Television).  

The Amputee at the Keyboard – Digital Text as Prosthesis

Archival re-enactment of a paper first delivered at ‘The Body and the Digital’, JAM Conference 2013, University of Reading (Department of Film, Theatre and Television).  

The Problem with Plain Text

The problem with any pre-designed blog platform is that it places a higher value on consistency of appearance than communicative potential. All kinds of preset ‘options’ are built in that force the user to conform to a designer’s vision for

The Problem with Plain Text

The problem with any pre-designed blog platform is that it places a higher value on consistency of appearance than communicative potential. All kinds of preset ‘options’ are built in that force the user to conform to a designer’s vision for

Letters at Breakfast – First Thoughts on Eating Alone

Recently finding myself alone in a new town on business matters, my first task was to find somewhere to eat. Having never quite braved the idea of dining out alone before I decided to arm myself with a favourite book

Letters at Breakfast – First Thoughts on Eating Alone

Recently finding myself alone in a new town on business matters, my first task was to find somewhere to eat. Having never quite braved the idea of dining out alone before I decided to arm myself with a favourite book

Thoughts on The Word Butterfly: Notes toward essay as theatrical form

Thoughts on The Word Butterfly: Notes toward essay as theatrical form (A lecture by Lin Hixson & Matthew Goulish) Chelsea Theatre 14/01/2012 I couldn’t get the word butterfly so I tried to get the word moth. Lyn Hejinian, My Life,

Thoughts on The Word Butterfly: Notes toward essay as theatrical form

Thoughts on The Word Butterfly: Notes toward essay as theatrical form (A lecture by Lin Hixson & Matthew Goulish) Chelsea Theatre 14/01/2012 I couldn’t get the word butterfly so I tried to get the word moth. Lyn Hejinian, My Life,

Amputating the Hand That Writes – A Critical Reflection

An as-yet unpublished extended essay on ventriloquism, neurology and language. For a printable version, please see the hyperlink at the bottom of the page.    Amputating the Hand That Writes – A Critical Reflection Jennifer Jarman, August 2011  Amputating the

Amputating the Hand That Writes – A Critical Reflection

An as-yet unpublished extended essay on ventriloquism, neurology and language. For a printable version, please see the hyperlink at the bottom of the page.    Amputating the Hand That Writes – A Critical Reflection Jennifer Jarman, August 2011  Amputating the

At the end of the archive is a telephone box

Back to free school: Drawing out the archive was a week long residential project that took place from the 9th to the 17th of April (2011) at Kilquhanity Children’s Village in Galloway.  The speculative practice-based symposium brought together a group of

At the end of the archive is a telephone box

Back to free school: Drawing out the archive was a week long residential project that took place from the 9th to the 17th of April (2011) at Kilquhanity Children’s Village in Galloway.  The speculative practice-based symposium brought together a group of

Postcards from Derrida @ ‘Feint’, Rag Factory 2011

Having been invited to perform at Feint, an exhibition marking the intersection of academic research and artistic practice for postgraduate alumni of Winchester School of Art, I set to work creating a piece that would refract some of my research

Postcards from Derrida @ ‘Feint’, Rag Factory 2011

Having been invited to perform at Feint, an exhibition marking the intersection of academic research and artistic practice for postgraduate alumni of Winchester School of Art, I set to work creating a piece that would refract some of my research