A YouTube translation
explains it … to the trees and slowly, so they can understand.
Not an art project. A data visualisation.
Video projections on city buildings inspired by the science of life
…lungs of the earth…
bridal shops in a rundown part of Newcastle
Complete the sentence: “Canaries in the ….”
Our breath is formless and invisible — lost to us once exhaled — unless it is enveloped and given shape with a balloon, a soap film or water.
Reimagining the science of life
Visualising connections between strangers
Exploring the connections/reconnections theme of the 2012 Sydney Biennale.
NASA has discovered a planet, dubbed Earth 2.0, many light years from our world. What might it be like once we inhabit it?
Time slice explorations of the earth’s shadow
Should Scotland be an independent nation?
Do instagram hashtags reveal a deeper truth?
arbitrary boundaries of responsibility and consequence
What does electricity sound like?
Life Support System presents a model of the interactions between the three global systems that dominate our world.
Faced with the possibility of your destruction, how would you react? Fight? Flight? Denial?
Visualising Australia’s fossil fuel export activity.
birds, politics and people in the forest with cutting edge solar
nature or nurture ?
The invisible ships of the largest coal exporting port in the world.
Nero fiddled while Rome burned.
Rotational scans of static subjects.
Transforming space into time.
The last wool auction in Newcastle.
The sacred spaces of roadside memorials
Climate change “it’s all okay”.
Reactivation of a drama theatre as an interactive space
signalling shipping activity in the port of Newcastle
Exploring the complex surfaces that result when bronze is cast onto salt.
“By the gates of doom I sing, On the horns of death I ride.” – Kipling
If these walls could speak
A data visualisation project revealing the organic form of scientific knowledge growth.
Visual projections for the first performance of Gestures by emerging music ensemble Tone Camerata
A dysfunctional lamp to shed light on the problem. Or not.
1% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the coal mines of the Hunter Valley.
Distracted by our consumption of the latest gadget or television show, we are losing sight of the reality of what is around us
underbelly, noun (pl. underbellies) 1. an area vulnerable to attack; 2. a hidden, unpleasant or criminal part of society.
What would it be like to visit the underside of a melting Antarctic glacier?
Beauty in natural phenomena
Can contemplating the journey of our breath around the world help to connect us with the world itself?