R&D project into the development of a self assembly lightweight projection frame/surface/sculpture in collaboration with Oscar Cass-Darweish and Alessandro Columbano via the Open Route, Steamhouse, Birmingham
Prototypes and test pieces that explore options for flexible audio visual installation.
Formats involve freestanding video projections onto physical mesh and paper screens.
Live recording of circular breathing piece by Sam Woolaston . Exhibited in the group show, Ruinenlust, at Perrotts Folly 2014
Drawings produced with motion capture software. Tracking scenes from classic western films. Draw a Cowboy was a research collaboration with programmer Steve Bulcock into digital drawing systems as part of the VIVID Hothaus residency programme 2007
2004-2006 - Group Show Falsework: Falsework involves a temporary structure used to support other permanent structures until they can support themselves. The work included documentation of the disused Birmingham Science Museum and a range of architectural developments happening across the city during this period
2003 Wunderkammer, Group show Custard Factory Birmingham/2004 Perdido (Lost), Group show MAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Chile. Each exhibition was the culmination of a years long collection of working drawings, source material and mixed media ideas, projected as animation with accompanying sound onto a physical sketchbook.