• I’m not allowed to love you

    Digital drawings exploring the fetishisation of race. Installation : “Why can’t we be friends now? It’s what I want. It’s what you want”. consisting of large scale prints on paper, coloured lights and audio recording played in a loop.  

  • Virtulight

    A trail of augmented reality artworks tagged to physical images across the city of Derby. The work explored data by association and the layers of meta-tags that aid and divert meaning.

  • Field Notes

    An installation that examines the forces that have influenced the development of urban topography. The dynamics of a locality have been analysed using Alan Turing’s research relating to animal markings. Turing’s reaction-diffusion theory explains the reaction between two chemicals referred to as the “activator” (a chemical that can replicate) “inhibitor” (a chemical that inhibits the…

  • I’m not allowed to love you

    Digital drawings exploring human interaction in to context of exoticism and cultural alienation.

  • The Standard Model

    “Theories permit consciousness to ‘jump over its own shadow,’ to leave behind the given, to represent the transcendent, yet, as is self-evident, only in symbols.” Hermann Weyl, logician mathematician Large scale digital drawings and ultra high definition animations created from algorithms exploring the visualisation of theoretical ideas. The drawings are inspired by the work of…

  • Santander Commission

    Public artwork commissioned by Santander.  The Artwork is composed of four panels and the pattern is composed of glass aggregate and broken glass tiles encased in clear resin and explores themes of motif, memory and permanence.

  • Incidental moments of independent movement

    Synopsis: A series of time based studies exploring the proliferation of spontaneous patterns of movement through crowds during large public gatherings via a process of cultural learning.  Each of the video compositions was filmed during public festivals or unplanned gatherings in which people were free to dance spontaneously.    The compositions explore the phenomenon of…

  • Documenting the opening of New Art Exchange

    Commissioned to photographically Document the opening of the new gallery space in Nottingham.

  • Populous

    A live artwork performed collaboratively with contribution from Artist Neemita Dabhi, consisting of a large scale ephemeral drawing made through mass participation with visitors to the Southbank Centre, London as part of the Alchemy Festival 2011. The piece explored the spontaneous transfer of cultural data, the act of drawing as ritual and notions of shared space. The pieces where created…