Visual Artist and Creative Technologist based in Norwich, UK. Using technology, abstraction and play to investigate the relationship between virtual and physical spaces. Outputs include interactive installations, apps and gallery exhibitions.

Organisations I’ve worked with:

National Gallery, British Council, Tate, Nottingham Contemporary, Near Now, Lumen Prize, Studio Wayne McGregor, Collusion, NUA, OriginalProjects, Children’s Media Conference, Site Gallery, Fak’ugesi Festival, Edinburgh International Science Festival, Phoenix, QUAD, Queen Mary University, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, LEVEL, Eureka Children’s Centre, Light Night Leeds, Quay’s Culture, Yarmonics.

All work is available for licensing, screening and exhibitions. 

ARPS

Year: 2021
Collaboration: Oliver Payne – Sound Design, Dan Gregory – Fabrication
Commissioned: Collusion, NUA
ARPS – A physical installation in which people can move physical objects across a glass tabletop and watch their virtual counterparts do incredible things on a screen. In counterpoint to the majority of contemporary interaction design ARPS is designed to encourage subtle, contemplative interactions.

The project began in 2020 as part of the Collusion/NUA – ‘Art/Tech/Play’ R&D, and was further funded in 2021 with the award of an Arts Council England Project Grant.

Show at:

“User Test”, Junction, Cambridge, 2021.
“User Test”, Original Projects, Gt. Yarmouth, 2021.
“Playgrounds”, Site Gallery, Sheffield, 2021.
“Showcase”, Broadway, Nottingham, 2021.
“Art Tech Play”, NAC, Norwich, 2021.
“What the T*CH”, Junction, Cambridge, 2021.