The Global South influences a.field projects on both the African continent and North America. 

The projects take various forms: buildings, speculative projects, consultations and applications such as critical service design, installations, and academic publications. I have worked with numerous agents, governmental and non-profit agencies, university research groups, and Indigenous groups between Canada and South Africa. The solo, collaborative, and co-creative projects received funding from SSHRC, the Connaught Fund, the Graham Foundation, and the Ford Foundation, among other public and private granting agencies.


Selected Current Funded Projects

Dynamic Referrals for Newcomer Youth in Greater Toronto (with Patrick Lynn Rivers and David Roberts). Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), CA$24,995. July 2020-July 2021.

Housing Unaccompanied and Separated Refugee Minors in Toronto (with Patrick Lynn Rivers and David Roberts). Community Partnership Research Program, University of Toronto. CA$135,638. January 2019-December 2021.

Democratic Early Childhood Development (with Patrick Lynn Rivers). Insight Development Grant, Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). CA$74,728. September 2016-August 2019.

Selected Current Spatial Justice Projects 

Spatial justice projects where I interpret site-specific building histories and geographies in the present to propose radical design interventions and architectural practices.

Surviving a Massive Refugee Situation: A Guide for Designers.

Sticky Design: A Choreography. Supported by the SSHRC New Research Initiative Fund.

Twenty Movements to Recovery.