Recent commissioners and sponsors

Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World * Coventy University * Creative Partnerships * Crossfields Institute * Dolf Mootham * FutureCity * Investec * Living Soil Forum * Maggie's * NIROX Foundation * Stellenbosch University * Sustainability Institute * Triangle Arts Trust* Triodos Bank * University of the Arts London

Current positions

Research Associates and Artists in Residence, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR), Coventry University, UK
Artist Research Associate, Sustainability Institute, Lynedoch, South Africa
Artist Research Associates, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW)
Artist Research Associates, Centre for Future Thinking, Hawkwood, UK
Members of Post-graduate Teaching Faculty with Crossfields Institute International on the Masters Researching Holistic Approaches to Agroecology delivered in partnership with Alanus University

Recent awards and residencies

Equal Justice research residency at the Santa Fa Arts Institute residency 2018
Life of Water Artsists in Residence, Aldeburgh Lookout 2018
Artists in Residence, Centre for Future Thinking, Hawkwood, UK 2017 and 2018
Living Cultures research residency, Sustainability Institute, Lyndoche, South Africa 2016/2017
Returning to Source residency, Aerial Studios, Johannesburg 2016
PULSE residency, Stellenbosch University, 2016
CIWEM special commendation 2015
Book of Nature research residency with FutureCity for Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, London, 2014
Living Soil Shrine residency at the Living Soil Forum, Ytterjarna, Sweden, 2013
Life Collection residency at Main Street Life, Maboneng, 2012
Re-Birth residency at NIROX Foundation, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa 2012
Re-Naturing the City residency with the Bag Factory, Johannesburg 2012

Selection of recent exhibitions, events and performances

2017 Everything is Here as part of Ecovention Europe exhibition, Sittard, Belgium
2016 Blue Soil Shrine as part of Young Shoots exhibition
2012 (dis)locations: (trans)formations exhibition at the Bag Factory, Johannesburg