Sound artist Chris Wood and I put our heads together to develop a project for the Megapolis Audio Festival that played on our sensibilities of loving raving (and by that, I mean it in the British sense of the term…Wood and I met when I was living in London last year and went “raving” a […]
Molly, my co-director/co-founder of Ladies Lugging Gear has whipped us up a beautiful new website. Voila! http://ladieslugginggear.com/ ABOUT LADIES LUGGING GEAR We are a monthly Toronto salon-style meet-up for storytelling, narrative crafting, directing, editing, documenting, media making, graphics juicing, animating, photographing, sound producing, street reporting, digitally cavorting Righteous Babes. In short: LADIES LUGGING GEAR is […]
I can finally say that my podcast about science and philosophy, The Tympanic Eclipse, is subscribable. Please follow this link to get it free in your iTunes. Thanks for listening! https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/tympanic-eclipse-www.tympaniceclipse.org/id596067878 I do not know which logo I like best yet. Any thoughts?
Created for storytelling, narrative crafting, documenting, media making, graphics juicing, photographing, sound producing, street reporting, digitally cavorting Righteous Babes, this new project co-founded by Molly Holland Willows and myself is a monthly all-female media-storytelling symposium called “Ladies Lugging Gear”. We decided that we wanted to see a centralized social community hub exist in Toronto for […]
The beautiful and talented photographer Arden Wray (who is actually my niece…only 3 years younger than me!) has created Boots and Pine – an online project devoted to people of Toronto, organized by neighbourhood, who are creative-types and audacious fashion lovers. It was fun to do, and I’m honoured that she chose to feature me. […]
The Ontario College of Art and Design University has very generously featured what I’ve been up to over the last 2 years in my work about art, design, synthetic biology and cultural studies. They’ve also covered my exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre, the DIY Body Project. See full story here: http://www.ocadu.ca/about_ocad/articles/stories/20120323_britt_wray_diy_body_project.htm