Toby to lecture at USCI School of Architecture and Built EnvironmentJune 2023
Toby has been invited to speak about his research on counterinsurgency, postcolonial identity and built environment at the final degree show for USCI’s BSc Architecture programme in Malaysia. He will also be presenting some work in progress of his first book, Embryos Denied Mitosis.
Sandy Rompotiyoke part of a panel event at London Festival of ArchitectureJune 2023
Sandy was part of a panel at London festival of Architecture, speaking about pracitce ethics, governance, community engagement and her work at Periscope as part of the London Festival of Architecture
Toby shortlisted for 2023 Fitzcarraldo Editions/Mahler & LeWitt Studios Essay PrizeMay 2023
We are pleased to announce that Toby’s book proposal, Embryos Denied Mitosis, has been shortlisted for the Fitzcarraldo Editions/Mahler & LeWitt Studios Essay Prize.
Embryos Denied Mitosis fuses memoir and autoethnographic analysis in an examination of immigration and transitioning. Spanning personal and familial experiences of gender dysphoria, the Malayan Emergency, the UK immigration system, tier 1 exceptional talent visas, the British colonial penal code and historical gender plurality in South East Asia, the essay unpicks the legitimacy of identities assigned at birth and their entanglement in the history of colonisation and racialisation.
SHIFT FLECTURE: Ecology, Art and the Law
We will be delivering a flecture at the Gulbenkian Arts Centre. We will be discussing our piece Ephemeral Evidence, environmental law and future rights for non-human members of our community.
Featuring Cristina Hernandez, whose work focuses on the legal status of the Magdalena River in Colombia, Chromatic Agency, whose work responds to the illegal dumping of sewage by Southern Water and Renan Porto, who’s researching the relationship between First Nations peoples and ecology in Brazil.