I have developed a wide-ranging practice, as an architect, teacher, writer, publisher, and initiator and curator of events and exhibitions. I have taught widely in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, including Sweden (Umeå) and Germany (Berlin, Bochum), where I had my own practice. My research focuses on performative practices which entangle knowledge, methodologies and techniques from various disciplines, including architecture, performance, geography, anthropology, and sociology. I am interested in the role architecture and its processes of production play in the construction of political practices and the establishment of the 'common'; in critical pedagogies inhering in embodied practices; and in research as intraventional. Much of my work in pedagogy and other areas of research draws particularly upon theories and views which are inclusive and nondual, performative in their diffractive mode, and are fundamentally about an ethical and responsible engagement with the making of the world with others.