WIP - Launch date 2020
SEM hosted photogrammetry methodology 3D micro scanning sand grains
Working at the Imaging and Analysis Centre, Core Research Laboratories, The Natural History Museum, London.
Matt White Emotion - unlimited coverage 2019
Durational performance/happening inside Selfridges Art Tank, Oxford Street London, as part of 'State of the Arts' one day artists' takeovers. Continually painting and cleaning after each other using whitewash with an unlimited edition paint tin created for the Art Shop along side.
Commissioned by Selfridges.
Last to go - mixed reality installation (3D scanned sculpture, wood/tape, AR application) 2018
Will you survive when the world of work is automated? Will you even see it coming?
Set: The holodeck is a fictional plot device from the television series Star Trek. It is presented as a staging environment in which participants may engage with different virtual reality environments. From a storytelling point of view, it permits the introduction of a greater variety of locations and characters that might not otherwise be possible, such as events and persons in the Earth's past or future, and is often used as a way to pose philosophical questions. Although the Holodeck has an advantage of being a safer alternative to reality, many Star Trek shows often feature holodeck-gone-bad plot devices in which real-world dangers (like automation) become part of what is otherwise a fantasy. The first appearance of a holodeck (originally called a 'recreation room') in Star Trek came in the animated series (1974). Some say they were leaked into the public conscious in popular tv shows by the ‘Deep State’, as a way to prepare society for the near-future inevitabilities of technology.
Model wears: Industry grade orange trash bags, routinely adapted by "survivalists" in order to provide basic shelter, to weather a storm or the aftermath of a disaster until help comes. Commissioned by Turner Contemporary, Margate Festival, Dreamland Margate & Kent County Council for Margate Festival NOW 2018
Commissioned by Turner Contemporary, Dreamland Margate, Kent County Council and Margate Festival for Margate Arts Festival NOW 2018.
Phase two of this project is now in R&D generously supported by an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant www.artscouncil.org.uk
Macguffin - a revolving installation and radio series trailer (audio) piecing together the mystery surrounding coded documentation hidden in a house in 2007 through interview snippets and ASMR SFX* - The Well, Open School East 2017
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Shelling Out - installation consisting of creation processes and display areas, based on ‘shell lunacy’ or Conchlyomania - a tank holding pairs of completely identical sea shells for sale lets the viewer decide which are real and which are valuable - Crate Gallery 2015