Category Archives: Current Projects

The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. For more, please visit the MFFF site here. Image: still from Fatberg film,

The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. For more, please visit the MFFF site here. Image: still from Fatberg film,

Microplastics Workshop

My first public workshop (hopefully the first of many). Read a blog post about it on the Green Stratford blog.

Microplastics Workshop

My first public workshop (hopefully the first of many). Read a blog post about it on the Green Stratford blog.

Understanding Plastics Pollution: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Forensic Methodology

image: sampling for micro-plastics at Lake Huron, Great Lakes Plastics Pollution Think Tank, summer 2016 This is a SSHRC-funded project, of which I am a co-applicant. Other members are Kelly Jazvac (PI), Kelly Wood (co-applicant), Patricia Corcoran (co-applicant), Heather Davis

Understanding Plastics Pollution: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Forensic Methodology

image: sampling for micro-plastics at Lake Huron, Great Lakes Plastics Pollution Think Tank, summer 2016 This is a SSHRC-funded project, of which I am a co-applicant. Other members are Kelly Jazvac (PI), Kelly Wood (co-applicant), Patricia Corcoran (co-applicant), Heather Davis

Tear Gas Epiphanies: Protest, Museums, Culture

This book considers protests at Canadian museums from the late 1980s until the present. Forthcoming, Spring 2019, McGill-Queen’s University Press Table of Contents PART 1 Preface: Tear Gas Epiphanies 1. Introduction: Museums, Protest, Cities a) Art is Political: Carol Condé

Tear Gas Epiphanies: Protest, Museums, Culture

This book considers protests at Canadian museums from the late 1980s until the present. Forthcoming, Spring 2019, McGill-Queen’s University Press Table of Contents PART 1 Preface: Tear Gas Epiphanies 1. Introduction: Museums, Protest, Cities a) Art is Political: Carol Condé

Pop Ups, Alternatives, Fictive-, Anti-, and Micro-museums: Exploring the Edges of Museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson This SSHRC-funded project examines “museums” and collections that are open to the public, but that fall well outside of the ICOM definition of a traditional

Pop Ups, Alternatives, Fictive-, Anti-, and Micro-museums: Exploring the Edges of Museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson This SSHRC-funded project examines “museums” and collections that are open to the public, but that fall well outside of the ICOM definition of a traditional