I was asked by fellow Brilliant fellow, Mick Stephenson, to bring some work to the Staithes Art Festival this year. He has been curating the night time light art for the past 6 festivals. I took along Harmonic Portal, and the wands from Frequency Response reprogrammed for a cluster arrangement reminicent of a peice by […]
Geneva Lux saw Harmonic Portal at Lumeire London, and commisioned me to make some for their yearly light festival. They will now be part of the program there for the next 4 years. I found a beautiful wall to display them on, the history of which is that it is the location the French invasion […]
The Wholesale Markets in Birmingham shut down in July 2018, Friction Arts documented the last year of the markets, and created a performance based on that work for a closing celebration. I was asked to make a piece responding to my memories of the markets, I decided to celebrate the carboot sales that used to […]
Harmonic Portal is a new work commissioned for Lumiere Festival Durham, 2017 http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/ There are 5 pieces arranged around the walls of St Godrics Church, Castle Chare, Durham, each is a portal into the surface of the wall, the light amplifies surface details due to the angle of incidence and feels like a magnifying glass […]
I was rather happy to be invited to help marshmallow laser feast complete their latest VR project. I’ve got the VR bug now!
For Flatpack 10 this year, I showed Frequency Response #3, and also debuted Brian Duffy’s new work Instead of Instead of Faint Spirit For the past 5 years Brian Duffy (Modified Toy Orchestra) has been writing an analogue love letter to the memory of Trish Keenan entitled “Instead Of Faint Spirit”, using only a Roland System […]
Another project with Claudia Paz Studio Pixel Flow explores the senses of the visitors in a surrounding space generated by light and sound that allows them to express freely. The feeling of being wrapped in a spiral of light pixels and sounds is activated by the natural flow of the body. CREDITS Design & Concept: […]
I was asked to join the project as developer and animator as they wanted to include 3d scans, brainwaves and other biometric data captured from the choir. So I oversaw the 3d shoots, wrangled the massive amount of data and we all got animating! Also fun was that the music wasn’t recorded until 36 hours […]