Projects presented at the following Conferences, Symposiums, Exhibitions, Design Festivals
Haunted Landscapes: Nature, Super-Nature, and Global Environments
Conference | Falmouth University, 4-6 July 2023
Conference paper | An Extra Place at the Table
2022The Association for the Study of Death and Society (ASDS) | Artist Group Strand | 2022-present.Graphic Designers Research Symposium | Falmouth University | 20 November 2015.
The Death & Culture Network (DaCNet) University of York, St John University | International Biennial Conference. | Sept. 2022
Conference paper | The Life & Death of ‘STUFF’
Dark Economies conference | Anxious Futures, Fearful Pasts | Falmouth University | July 2021.
The Death Positive Library | 12 October 2021
Moth took part in a panel discussion - "How to cope with the grief and loss of a pet?" The online event was organised by The Death Positive Library @thedeathpositivelibrary We were joined by Diane James from the Blue Cross Pet Bereavement Support Service, Dr Julie-Marie Strange, a historian of pets and family life in Britain. Q&A session with Dr Claire Nally from Northumbria University.
Exeter Festival of Compassion
Half day workshop on Memento Mori images | 26 November 2021
When Pets Pass On: Sharing Good Practice in Pet Bereavement by Blue Cross animal Charity & Centre for Death and Life Studies | Durham University | September 2020.
Lecture title: Saying Goodbye to Dr Tinkle: Helping Children Navigate Pet Bereavement
Dying dialogues OCAD University Toronto, Canada | January 24 & 25, 2020.
14th International Conference on the social context of Death, Dying & Disposal University of Bath, Centre for Death & Society | September 2019.
ANTI – International Contemporary Art Festival Kuopio, Finland. In The Face of Death / The Art of Dying | September 2019.
‘Good Grief’ Death & Culture II Conference University of York, The Death and Culture Network. September 2018.
Four Deadlines & A Dinner Exhibition & Publication for the NHS Bevan Commission Annual Conference 2017.
Organised the In The Face of Death. MOTH Symposium | Speakers: Dr Stephen Cave / Dr Tony Walter / Joe Macleod / Lucy Willow / Mercedes Kemp
+ Exhibition & Publication | Falmouth University | January 2016.
Death and Its Futures | University of Bath, Centre for Death & Society | 2015.