The Finn (2018) is a computer-generated sci-fi novel that explores the creative potential of artificial intelligence. Compiled from the works of Cyberpunk pioneer William Gibson, the book revolves around Case and five other unlikely heroes in their quest to find 'the Finn'.


Performing the Glitch: How Artists Use Chance and Error Through the Digital to Undermine Sociopolitical Conventions is a short paper that explores the history of glitch art. Examining the works of prominent glitch artists and theorists such as Rosa Menkman, Antonio Roberts and Legacy Russell, the paper explores how glitch art has evolved beyond formalist means to undermine sociopolitical conventions such as gender, and the ever-restricting copyright and fair use laws.


‘Hillary Clinton Directly Linked to Vaccination’ is a short parodic ‘fake news’ article generated by A.I., featuring an additional Q&A interview with the ‘fake’ author and a tutorial on how to produce a fake text.


The Public Catalogue Foundation: Oil Paintings in Public Ownership Glitches (2016) are a catalogued series of ‘databent’ portraits from Exeter College, Oxford, that explores the rediscovery of the College’s painted history via the disruption of visual language.