Features

Anxious Fun In An Age of Precarity

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Garageland Magazine : Issue 21. It’s part of the body of work I produced as writer-in-residence at Transition Gallery in east London between January – May 2017. With thanks to Cathy

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Anxious Fun In An Age of Precarity

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Garageland Magazine : Issue 21. It’s part of the body of work I produced as writer-in-residence at Transition Gallery in east London between January – May 2017. With thanks to Cathy

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The New Kid On The Block

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine.   From its shady origins as the backbone of anarchic crypto-currency bitcoin, blockchain has emerged as the disruptive technology with revolutionary potential. As it’s widely tipped to

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The New Kid On The Block

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine.   From its shady origins as the backbone of anarchic crypto-currency bitcoin, blockchain has emerged as the disruptive technology with revolutionary potential. As it’s widely tipped to

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Just Say Yeay

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine   As co-founder and CEO of trailblazing m-commerce app Yeay, Melanie Mohr has been consistently named as one of the top women in tech to watch. She

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Just Say Yeay

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine   As co-founder and CEO of trailblazing m-commerce app Yeay, Melanie Mohr has been consistently named as one of the top women in tech to watch. She

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Wake Up Calls

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine From alarming stories of smoking mobile phones to accidents caused by faulty ignition switches, the total number of product recalls worldwide has reached record levels, according to

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Wake Up Calls

This feature was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry magazine From alarming stories of smoking mobile phones to accidents caused by faulty ignition switches, the total number of product recalls worldwide has reached record levels, according to

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In Limbo: Artists and Gentrification

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Doggerland Journal, Issue #2, Fall 2016 Artwashing Balfron Tower In the last couple of years, a new term has entered the lexicon of the ever buzzword-hungry English speaking press on both

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In Limbo: Artists and Gentrification

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Doggerland Journal, Issue #2, Fall 2016 Artwashing Balfron Tower In the last couple of years, a new term has entered the lexicon of the ever buzzword-hungry English speaking press on both

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Share and Share Alike

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry Magazine, Issue #5, 2016: From the exponential growth of Uber and the exciting possibilities of TechShop in developed markets to locally-tuned rideshare apps in emerging ones, the shared

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Share and Share Alike

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Euro Asia Industry Magazine, Issue #5, 2016: From the exponential growth of Uber and the exciting possibilities of TechShop in developed markets to locally-tuned rideshare apps in emerging ones, the shared

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Fonio: Africa’s Ancient Grain is a True Superfood

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Take On The Road Google ‘fonio’ and you’re confronted with an odd mix of results. Some British press coverage has presented the ancient African grain as the next superfood du jour or

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Fonio: Africa’s Ancient Grain is a True Superfood

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Take On The Road Google ‘fonio’ and you’re confronted with an odd mix of results. Some British press coverage has presented the ancient African grain as the next superfood du jour or

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The Disembodied Voice

  This piece was commissioned by and first published in Doggerland    http://thedisembodiedvoice.blogspot.fr/ Helena Haimes talks to four members* of London-based research project The Disembodied Voice about the benefits of an open-ended approach to artistic research. Man Made Structures and

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The Disembodied Voice

  This piece was commissioned by and first published in Doggerland    http://thedisembodiedvoice.blogspot.fr/ Helena Haimes talks to four members* of London-based research project The Disembodied Voice about the benefits of an open-ended approach to artistic research. Man Made Structures and

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The Extraordinary Power of Toilets in India

This article was originally commissioned and published by Take On The Road A shot of a scholarly-looking, older Indian man pushing the flush on a toy toilet isn’t exactly the introduction you’d expect to a documentary about the plight of Delhi’s

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The Extraordinary Power of Toilets in India

This article was originally commissioned and published by Take On The Road A shot of a scholarly-looking, older Indian man pushing the flush on a toy toilet isn’t exactly the introduction you’d expect to a documentary about the plight of Delhi’s

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Ian Nesbitt On Collaborative Filmmaking

This feature was originally commissioned and published by Take On The Road There has been a spate of documentaries over the last couple of years whose subjects were reportedly less than happy with the way they were portrayed. Filmmakers often

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Ian Nesbitt On Collaborative Filmmaking

This feature was originally commissioned and published by Take On The Road There has been a spate of documentaries over the last couple of years whose subjects were reportedly less than happy with the way they were portrayed. Filmmakers often

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Glasgow – where grit meets grandiosity

A year on from the devastating fire at Glasgow School of Art, arts writer Helena Haimes finds Scotland’s cultural capital as dynamic and self-deprecating as ever “Ach,” says our taxi driver, coming to a stop, “there she is – God’s

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Glasgow – where grit meets grandiosity

A year on from the devastating fire at Glasgow School of Art, arts writer Helena Haimes finds Scotland’s cultural capital as dynamic and self-deprecating as ever “Ach,” says our taxi driver, coming to a stop, “there she is – God’s

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Profile – Ed Forrest – CEO at Educate For Life

I can’t help wondering how Ed Forrest manages to be so relentlessly upbeat. The co-founder and CEO of tiny health and education charity Educate For Life has certainly witnessed enough hardship, and experienced plenty of frustration, in the eight years

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Profile – Ed Forrest – CEO at Educate For Life

I can’t help wondering how Ed Forrest manages to be so relentlessly upbeat. The co-founder and CEO of tiny health and education charity Educate For Life has certainly witnessed enough hardship, and experienced plenty of frustration, in the eight years

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‘Ello ‘Ello ‘Ello – Is Facebook finally on the slide?

Schadenfreude among tech-watchers has gone into hyperdrive this week at news of what some are calling a ‘mass exodus’ from Facebook to the newer, hipper, ad-free social networking site Ello. Researchers have been sounding the behemoth’s death knell since the

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‘Ello ‘Ello ‘Ello – Is Facebook finally on the slide?

Schadenfreude among tech-watchers has gone into hyperdrive this week at news of what some are calling a ‘mass exodus’ from Facebook to the newer, hipper, ad-free social networking site Ello. Researchers have been sounding the behemoth’s death knell since the

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