EMPIRE LINES uncovers the unexpected, often two-way, flows of Empires through art.

Interdisciplinary thinkers use individual artworks as artefacts of imperial exchange, revealing the how and why of the monolith ‘Empire’.

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MUSIC: Combinación // The Dubbstyle.

PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic.

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Featured by national museums and galleries:

EMPIRE LINES has been installed in museums like the Turner Contemporary in Margate (03-2023), and played at live events, like safe + sound in London (04-2023):

To promote the series, I have written for the likes of Museums and Galleries Edinburgh, featured in interviews, and hosted events with Retrospect Journal (08-04-2021):

Extract from Listening to Empire: Making Podcasts with Producer Jelena Sofronijevic (08-04-2021). You can listen to the recording, or read the full interview on Retrospect Journal.

I was also interviewed for the EMPIRE LINES podcast launch for BBC Radio Shropshire.

Mid-morning on BBC Radio Shropshire with Jim Hawkins – 01-10-2020

EMPIRE LINES also features in cultural newsletters including Poltern, and print.

Boundary Encounters: Modern Art Oxford’s Architecture of the Present – Review

WAVE: Currents in Japanese Graphic Arts at Japan House London – Review

Textiles in Cambridge: Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery at Kettle’s Yard – Review

EMPIRE LINES Pod of the Week – Pod Bible Newsletter #174

6 of the best podcasts about art and artists

Leighton House rediscovered: Evelyn De Morgan, Shahrzad Ghaffari & Nour Hage – Review

Finding hope within Hurvin Anderson’s barbershops – Review

The best design exhibitions showing now in London – gowithYamo Newsletter

Making Sense: Ai Weiwei at The Design Museum – Review

Visit Japan for free – from London – Reviews

A Triptych of Danish Modernism: Cobra and Degenerate Art in Denmark – Reviews

Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different – Review