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WRITING/ RESEARCH/ LEARNING RESOURCES
Current commissions includes developing and delivering learning resources and workshops for
The British Library , Tate Modern , Camberwell College of Arts and Whitechapel Gallery

Please feel free to contact for more information and to discuss any potential ideas or opportunities .

 
 
ALREADY PUBLISHED WRITING/ RESOURCES INCLUDE
Liberties? © mhh Zarina Bhimji: Conversations and Actions | The Whitechapel Gallery, 2012
Educational resource to accompany the Zarina Bhimji exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery, 19 January - 9 March 2012.
Zarina Bhimji: Conversations and Actions (PDF)
Liberties? © mhh The Tate Movie Project | Tate, BBC, Aardman Animations, 2011
Text and activity contributions to The Tate Movie Project Teacher's Pack - a resource to offer ideas for interpreting and developing diverse movie and animation projects.
Tate Movie Project Teacher's Pack (PDF)
Tate Movie Project Website
Liberties? © mhh LIBERTIES? A game to start debates | The British Library, 2009
Liberties?.., one outcome of the 2009 British Library Young Researchers' project, is a foldable publication and board-game. Developed in collaboration with the young researchers, it aims to encourage a critical engagement with issues relating to civil liberties and human rights, past and present.
Project Blog and scalable images of outcome: Liberties? a game to start debate
Young Researchers Taking Liberties' Project Page - The British Library
An Alternative Guide to Edmonton Green, 2009
Self-Published | Commissioned by Arts and Events, London Borough of Enfield
The result of a commission to create a new map of Edmonton Green based on how its temporary and permanent inhabitants navigate, see and experience the area.
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Food Stories | The British Library, 2007
Text contributions to online resource that investigate the ways in which food and its histories relates to identity, cultural diversity, the environment, technology and more.
Link to Food Stories
Review by Matthew Fort, The Guardian, Saturday February 2, 2008

Most Desirable Object Survey | Doncaster Museum, 2006
Design of game|resource that considers how objects gain and maintain status through the application of expertise, collection and display. Funded by Arts Council England and published to accompany the Residency at Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, 2006.
Contact to receive a free copy of the resource

Alternative Guides - Memory Maps | Cannon Hall Museum, 2006
Building on research carried out at Cannon Hall Museum — to asks if, and how, memory underpins interpretation and experience — a resource to presents a model for creative and critical engagement with museums, historic houses and their collection displays.
Contact to receive a free copy of the resource
Disinformation | The British Library, 2006
Online resource to question social, political and personal reasons for lying and their consequences, affects and effects.
Link to Disinformation
Bodies of Knowledge | The British Library, 2006
Texts and activities for online resource encouraging a critical and creative enquiry into how different cultures have understood the body and how these understandings may be evident within visual representations, past and present.
Link to Bodies of Knowledge website
Direct link to Bodies of Knowledge Activities
Mapping History | The British Library, 2006
Research and development of activities to encourage a creative and critical exploration of maps - not simply as geographical documents but as as documents that carry evidence to past and present navigational practice, socio-political ideology and cultural preference.
Link to Mapping History website
Direct link to Mapping History Activities
Portraits and Portraiture | The Wallace Collection and Museum Network UK, 2005
Content development for online resource that - through works from five museum collections - explores how the content, form and formal qualities of a portrait may communicate ideas of individual character, status and position as well as social values and beliefs.
Link to Portraits and Portraiture website
Laid Table | Michèle Fuirer, 2004
Design of interactive version of Michèle Fuirer's digital still life project for The Photographers' Gallery. Site designed to simultaneously document, present and extend the project.
Link to Laid Table website
News: Site nominated for the 2006 Museums and the Web: Best of the Web Award
Magnificent Materials Teacher's Kit | Tate Modern, 2004
Development, writing and design of creative Learning Resource containing material samples, information and practical ideas for exploring the use of materials in contemporary art and contemporary art through the use of materials.
Link to MAGNIFICENT MATERIALS TEACHERS' KIT - pdf version
Material Stories | Tate Gallery, 2004
Development and design of website documenting the content and outcomes of two primary schools' projects on the properties, life-cycles and meanings of materials as used in modern and contemporary art from the Tate Collection.
Link to Materials Stories Website

Magnificent Materials | Tate Gallery, 2003
Development and design of website documenting two primary schools' out-of-hours gallery projects exploring the meanings, associations and story telling potential of materials as used in modern and contemporary art from the Tate Modern collection displays.
Link to Magnificent Materials Website

     
     
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