The British Music Experience, Liverpool, 18 May 2018
Singing Mirror was a light and sound installation in which audiences could find themselves transformed in a series of projected kaleidoscopic patterns. This immersive experience was responsive to the presence of visitors, creating sounds and moving patterns based on the actions of participants. The project was created in collaboration with Thomas Blackburn.
A MEASURE OF DISRUPTION
The Factory, London, 11 May - 1 June
A Measure of Disruption utilized the phenomenon of video feedback to enact a dialogue between physical and digital worlds. An array of floating sculptural spheres was arranged in the field between camera and display and participants were invited to physically interact with these objects to create visual effects. The movement of the spheres through this framed field would produce disruptions that would infinitely ripple through the system.
PICTURE IN PICTURE
New River Studios, London, 19-22 October 2017
Picture in Picture makes use of the phenomenon of video feedback and was designed around splitting a viewer’s body across an array of twenty televisions. In each screen a fragment of their body disrupts a video feedback loop to trigger a change in colour and pattern.
New River Studios, London, June 2017 - permanent installation
Produced for New River Studios, CRTV is a permanent installation that facilitates the connection of the studio's event spaces with the bar and social space, through a live-video CRT wall. The work is flexible and can be programmed in a variety of ways with an interactive standby mode that uses people's movement in front of the wall to modulate fractal patterns.
The Barbican, London, 28 March - 21 May 2017
Find Yourself was a projected tapestry composed from live video feeds that documented aspects of the Concert Hall’s various adjacent spaces. Viewers were encouraged to explore the multiple levels surrounding the portrait wall in order to discover themselves in the work. The layout of the tapestry was curated to augment its architectural context and enhance the sense of perspective when viewed from particular positions.