Between 2010-12 I was an Editor with Leonardo Electronic Almanac.
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Design two print guides for Whitstable Biennale 2012 screening programs
Design two print guides for Whitstable Biennale 2012 screening programs. Two A2 double sided folded guides, printed in two colour. Also published as online PDFs.
Design and edit ebook Slade Graduate Research 2012
Design and edit ebook Slade Graduate Research 2012 for Slade School of Fine Art.
HTML & CSS: design and build websites, Jon Duckett
I was lucky enough to be involved in this great book as a technical reviewer. Written from a new approach for technical computer manuals, this really is different to all other books around: HTML & CSS: design and build websites, Jon Duckett
Photos for Katie Paterson in Venice for Haunch of Venison
100 Billions Suns: a short film with Katie Paterson from Haunch of Venison on Vimeo.
Photograph and video footage of Katie Paterson in Venice for Haunch of Venison. Design by Matt Watkins.
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Design and edit newspaper Slade Postgraduate Research 2011
Design and edit print newspaper Slade Postgraduate Research 2011 for the Slade School of Fine Art. Now online as a PDF.
Photos for Another Magazine exclusive: Katie Paterson’s 100 Billion Suns
Katie PatersonÂ can transport you from the micro to the macro in a heartbeat. The rising British art starâ€™s past projects include buryingÂ an atomic-sized grain of sand in a desert, setting an old vinyl of Vivaldiâ€™s Four Seasons playing on a turntable at the imperceptible speed of the Earthâ€™s orbit and a parade of lamps on a Kentish pier, flickering in time with lightening storms around the world.
She has a rare knack for connecting the everyday with the great imponderables of time and space. Created in collaboration with AnOther andÂ Haunch of Venison, herÂ unique project at theÂ 54thÂ Venice BiennaleÂ is no exception, elegantly linking the literally throwaway and familiar with one of the universeâ€™s most perplexing marvels.
The following photographs document some of the 100 or so explosions of confetti, spontaneously let off here and there at unplanned sites around the ancient city. In quantity and colour, the 3216 little pieces of paper match gamma-ray bursts, highly rare events which are the brightest explosions known in the universe â€“ if one were to occur in the Milky Way it would mean total extinction for life on Earth. With a hand-held confetti cannon, Paterson compresses every GRB explosion into a brief, beautiful bang.
The full documentation of 100 Billions Suns will be onÂ Katie Patersonâ€™sÂ websiteÂ soon.
Artist:Â Katie Paterson
Photography:Â Martin John Callanan
Interactive Direction:Â Luke Spice and Luke Shumard
Text:Â Skye Sherwin
Special thanks to Matt Watkins andÂ Haunch of Venison
Whitstable Biennale: a new pearl among the art-world oysters
Design the guide for Whitstable Biennale 2010 screening program
Design the guide for Whitstable Biennale 2010 screening program, A1 double sided folded, two colour print.
Design and edit book, Speed, Light, Time/Colour, Scale, Space: A Two-Part Programme Of Graduate Research
Design and edit print book, Speed, Light, Time/Colour, Scale, Space: A Two-Part Programme Of Graduate Research for the Slade School of Fine Art. The book is now online as a PDF