Imogen Malpas is a future-facing interdisciplinary creative practitioner based in London. She has worked across three continents as a freelance journalist and photographer, and currently consults on privacy-oriented solutions for COVID-19 tracking technology. In the past year, she has worked as a participating researcher for The Flute & The Bowl, a collaborative interdisciplinary exhibition exploring climate futures, and presented her undergraduate research on time-space synaesthesia at TEDxOxford 2020. She runs the collaborative experiment The Notebook Project, fighting loneliness and mental health problems among isolated young people in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic, with support from the global NGO Peace First. She holds a undergraduate double major in neuroscience and literature from University College London, and a master’s degree in medical anthropology from the University of Oxford.

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MSc Medical Anthropology, BASc Neuroscience & Literature


‘The Politics of Time, Space and the Rewind’, Common Ground, 2020.
‘The A-Z of Climate Change’, Gallery Magazine Jersey, 2019.
‘And where will the stars go?’, performed at Wimbledon BookFest, October 2019.
‘Solastalgia: why so many of us have it’, The Mind Map, September 2019.
'In the land of the rising sun, climate efforts are falling behind’, Uneven Earth, August 2019.
‘Off the edge island ideal to discover Japan’, The Japan News, February 2019.

Malpas, I. (2019). “Time-twisted space: An exploration of the synaesthetic continuum through the work of Vladimir Nabokov.” Interdisciplinary Studies Journal.

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