Callum Bradley is a PhD researcher in the Visual Cultures Department at Goldsmiths University. At an intersection of ecology and psychoanalysis, his research interrogates the material-psychic technologies that bear witness to art/science worlds. A focus on the artistic and scientific practices of Modern women figures informs aesthetic-ontologies attuned to the not seen and disbelieved.
Callum is also a committed teacher, possessing over five-year’s experience in education. They have taught with charitable organisations, including the Workers’ Educational Association and RefuAid. As a participant in the Counterfield Collective, he has organised experimental workshops, reading activities as well as an upcoming publication. Their audiovisual work has been exhibited online, as part of ‘Corona! Shutdown? New Media Festival’ (2020). Recent written work has been published with ‘Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture’ (upcoming) and ‘The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies’ (2021) as well as presented at the ‘Earthly Matters Conference’ (Sheffield University, 2020).