My practice explores the human experience of digital technology. I am interested in how things enabled by digital technology such as digitised media content (music, films, books etc), instant communication, and always being online is affecting how we relate to history, how we anticipate the future and how we live today.
I usually work with looped video installations (for example 'Like the back of my hand', 2012) or participatory environments (for example 'Dancing though', 2011) where participation comes from online interactions, data feeds, mechanical objects or a physical audience.
Qualifications and training
- 2012 Art and visual culture, University of the West of England, Bristol
- 2012 MayFly, Bristol Diving School, Bristol
- 2012 It's us, It's us, Motorcycle showroom, Bristol
- 2010 Sustainability + Place, F block gallery, UWE, Bristol