Research Projects

August 2019- ongoing: Creative Hybrids Conversations. Co-lead Project Coordinator of this international ‘transplant creatives’ Network. Working towards securing UK-based artist residencies in 2020 as part of documenting the ground-breaking conversations between critically engaged organ transplant recipients, who examine what it means to be ‘a hybrid’ in our Age of the Individual through multiple mediums.

September 2018-September 2020: Masters thesis (M.A. Liberal Arts) exploring the philosophical and cultural framework of organ transplantation, at the University of Winchester, U.K.

Pre-thesis essays include:

*Disentangling the Heart: Tracing the circulation of fact and myth in the cultural imaginary. (November 2018)

*What are the bio-political and socio-economic implications of “the Gift of Life” and what do they mean for pro- and anti -transplant narratives? (February 2019)

*Supplement to the Supplement: How immunosuppressant- mediated transplantation presents us with the Metaphysics of Immunology and the philosophical problem of Self/Other. (May 2019)


Previous Projects

May 2018: Know Thyself, Know Thy Other: A Transplanted Heart, A Universe A-Part (Undergraduate Dissertation).