About Me


2023 MA final show, Group Exhibition, Central St Martins, London, UK
2022 Central St Martins prints exhibition, Group Exhibition, Koppel X, London, UK
2022 Field, Group Exhibition, The Carton, London, UK
2022 This is Not A Party, Group Exhibition, Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, UK
2021 Graduation Showcase, Group Exhibition, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK
2020 Pluto’d, Group Exhibition, Hoxton 253, London, UK
2019 Infrathin, Group Exhibition, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK
2019 Video, Group Exhibition, DNA Films, London, UK


2023 ‘Metamodern Space’, Glocal Metamodernisms Conference, Jyväskylä, Finland
2022 ‘Identifying Metamodern Alienation in Apple TV+’s Severance‘, Seattle Metamodernism Summit, Seattle, USA


My newsletter is here. The art blog I kept during my Foundation and BA is here, my Twitter is here, my Instagram is here, my Vimeo is here, my film costume nerdery blog is here, my husband’s Twitter (because, let’s face it, you’re probably here because of him) is here.

This short film was inspired by this quote:

“Quantum mechanics implies that the whole of space is pairs of virtual and anti particles, filled with pairs of virtual particles and antiparticles, that are constantly materialising in pairs, separating, and then coming together again, and annihilating each other.

In the presence of a black hole, one member of a pair of virtual particles may fall into the hole, leaving the other member without a partner with which to annihilate.

The forsaken particle or antiparticle may fall into the black hole after its partner, but it may also escape to infinity, where it appears to be radiation emitted by the black hole.”

– Stephen Hawking, The Reith Lectures, 2016


My original Wikipedia page (it was a birthday request and written by my blogging friends and commenters), before the editors there got all serious and deleted it:

Gia (born July 11) is neither Italian, Serbian or English – she’s a Minnesotan (short in stature, but loud, very loud) who came to the UK in search of fame and big-haired rock stars and settled for presenting on the telly, writing blogs, being married to Dr Brian Cox and being mum to Alex.

She loves cats, blogs, cat blogs, gently fondling her extraordinarily large but often well-hidden breasts and despite being a pale basement dwelling techno geek is a mean shot with a wine cork.

Gia has spent so much time connected to the interweb that her hands are immersed inside her computer’s innards much like a child’s fists in a vat of custard, and by wriggling her digits in that delicious cybergoo she can make all kinds of wonderful things happen. Of course, fondling one’s breasts while your hands are deep within electronic soup is a feat in itself, thus proving how amazing Gia actually is.

It is a little known fact that in the late 80s, Gia invented the Human Skull. Up until that point – although they’d never admit it – most people were just wearing a form of reinforced balaclava. 99% of humanity are still waiting for her to invent a kind of Human Brain to put inside it since theirs are a little bit rubbish.