Category Archives: print

The Labyrinth

Another work based on the 100,000 fibre tractography model of a human subject, from CUBRIC. Here I have taken a small slice through the centre of the cortex and used it to generate a ‘tube map’ of connections. The various lines are representative of sets of people, things and concepts close to my heart. In […]

AlgoHiggs

My friend John Higgs releases his new book today, The Future Starts Here. It’s an excellent read which frames the future in a positive way (rather than the dystopian hellscape projected by the majority of contemporary narratives.) It also has this description of me in it, which I find most pleasing. Eric, who is probably […]

The Left Hemisphere

This is a map of the left hemisphere of the brain, seen through the lens of a 17th Century Explorer. I have taken the broad functional areas of the left hemisphere of the brain and drawn them as separate continents, as if driven apart by shifting tectonic plates. These continents contain settlements and features with […]

SLAB magazine

We (The Private Sector) have produced a new magazine called SLAB. The first issue, titled ‘Brexit Wounds’, is available now. It contains submissions from some of the finest counter-cultural writers and artists of the age, but all published pseudonymously, so you’ll have to guess who they are. SLAB Rules All contributers must abide by the […]

Cut Up Magazine (2012)

When faced with a choice of unknowns, often the question we ask ourselves is “who’s opinion do we trust to help guide our aesthetic choices?”. Sometimes we listen to our friends, sometimes we listen to professional critics. In a world increasingly mediated by online exchanges of opinion these roles have become blurred and we are […]