• INSTALLATIONS

  • 'Melt2'      A changing vertical forest of forms.  Materials: screen fabric and  light  - a drawing you can walk through.


  • 'Splinter'     Release - a surface shattering - it reassemles into a simple rectagular line drawings. Materials: polished acrylic and LEDs.

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  • 'Thread '       Aftermath - Dust in sunlight.  Materials:  hand sanded fibre-optics and LEDs - it is a spontaneous drawing in space.

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  • 'Melt' 'Splinter' and 'Thread'

     A series of programmed light installations developed over two years with the assitance of Sean Clark, Dave Everit, Luke Woodbury and Graeme Stuart. Each work is animated with software that generates the types of movements expressed in related drawings such as breathing, trickling and waving.  Light moves through the three dimensional forms in many different ways and colours - it's like a paino with a fixed number of notes that can create complexity.



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  • 'Flown'   A cloud that has drifted to ground

    A Temporary lightwork made for the' Illuinating York' Light Festival, October 2015. 

    Materials:  850 hand folded acrylic shapes and programmed LEDs. Its construction was a daily mediative practice made over about 45 consecutive days. The software was developed with programmers Sean Clark, Dave Everitt and Graeme Stuart.

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