Jimmy Loizeau's projects are intended to exist on, or just inside the peripheries of possibility. These new systems, schemes or products provide an altered view on how we might interact with infrastructural systems or technologies for better or for worse exploring design possibilities through inclusive speculation. Projects like the Afterlife Project (2002) explore contemporary faith systems, whilst the Audio Tooth Implant (2001) proposes the next stage of in body communications technology and The Illegal Town Plan (2013-) looks at inclusive structures and strategies for local engagement in large scale town planning schemes.
Ward, Matt; Loizeau, Jimmy; Božanić, Sara and Ružič, Mihaela. 2021. Disco School: Reimagining the future of Murska Sobota. In: "Disco School: Reimagining the future of Murska Sobota", Institute for Transmedia Design, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Ward, Matt; Loizeau, Jimmy; Božanić, Sara and Ružič, Mihaela. 2021. Disko School: Firminy. In: "My neighbourhood, my city", Cite le Corbusier, The Church of Saint-Pierre, Firminy, France, 15 - 24 October 2021.
Loizeau, Jimmy and Ward, Matt. 2021. Disco School: Murska Sobota Castle - MIKK. In: "Disco school: Reimagining the future of Murska Sobota", Park Theatre (Gledališče Park)/MIKK Gallery, Murska Sobota, Slovenia, 11 - 22 September 2021.
Conference or Workshop Item
Ward, Matt; Loizeau, Jimmy and Sully, Dean. 2021. 'Role of Creative Practice in Heritage Process: Speculative Pasts from Certain Futures. Past, Present and Future, Which Comes First?'. In: Critical Heritage Practice: Preferred Futures, Uncertain Presents and Speculative Pasts. The Max Planck Institute for the Advancement of Science, Germany 9 September 2021.
Ward, Matt and Loizeau, Jimmy. 2020. The Illegal Town Plan: Anecdotal Speculation for Coastal Futures. Temes de Disseny(36), pp. 90-113. ISSN 2604-9155
Loizeau, Jimmy and Healy, Liam. 2017. Design Unlikely Futures. In: Glyn-Blanco Glyn-Blanco; Maria McLintock and Papazymouri Danae, eds. The System of Systems. Athens: System of Systems. ISBN 9781527208889