Installation shots from the exhibition Standing Wave, October 2015. These works have been produced using a custom built drawing machine and a 445nm laser. Continue reading Standing Wave (2015)
This video was created by placing laser cut black paper over an LCD screen. This obscures most of the image allowing only 18 intermittent lines of pixels to shine through. This work was shown in darkened space. This allowed for the highest level of contrast between the illuminated pixels and the black paper covering the screen. If you saw this work when it was exhibited you would have experienced true black, something that is impossible to reproduce on any monitors or projector that you might use to view the documentation of this work in the video below. Continue reading In Flames: Windy Chaos (2015)
I’ve been drawing with a laser since the beginning of the year and all the work in this exhibition was produced, in one way or another, using a 445nm laser. 445nm is the frequency of light and, as you can see in the video below, it is in the blue part of the visible spectrum. Continue reading Wave Form (2015)
Moments of force is part of the Dimensions of line series of works and is the overarching title for works created through various interfaces that allow me to directly control a robotic drawing machine. This work was originally shown as part of Primavera 2014 (curated by Mikala Dwyer) at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
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Documentation of the exhibition Dimensions of line: IOU in material thought (2014). This exhibition included a series of drawings, a light projection work and a camera obscura effect created by laser cut slits in the black-out material used in the windows of the space. The effect was particularly pronounced when the sun was hitting the passing cars on Abercrombie street in front of the gallery. Continue reading IOU in material thought (2014)