Lozt In Art

Live interactive video installation at The Phoenix, Exeter, Devon. As part of the Art Machina project with Daisi 

I was invited to create an installation which visitors could drop in and out of when visiting the Phoenix. All the visuals were done live and uploaded to a blog immediately

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See the blog here.

Museum Portal

I helped assist year 10 students from Treviglas School, Newquay, Cornwall build a Museum Portal for Perranzabuloe Museum. The portal was made from a Ben Skinner surf board and I helped the students create interactive games using HTML 5 animation and video.

The portal was originally made as an updatable website but because of poor internet at the museum I created it as an ebook. People with ipads can search the ibook store and download it for themselves.

Perranzabuloe_Ebook_Revided

 

Hoax

I worked for 3 days with 3 students from year 9 Plymouth School of Creative Art. It was pupil lead and I helped facilitate and advise their vision. We also arranged stop frame animation workshops for classes from all age groups across the to respond to their art installation.

A huge window was blocked out and a imagined future was mapped and projected on to it. Watch here.

Response to ‘Forty Part Motet’

Local school children respond to Janet Cardiff’s piece ‘Forty Part Motet’, at Richmond Chapel, Penzance, Cornwall. See more details here. Photos by Mark Whenman.

Children explored polyphonic music with 8 microphones, recording 8 separate tracks at once and listened back to their creations as a whole and in parts.

kaleidoscope

This giant kaleidoscope(made out of bins) used discarded plastic bottles as its colour, visual component. Viewers could turn the wheel and watch the pretty patterns it created.

The piece represented mother earth and the wheel represented humanity being in control of it’s destiny.