Early Work (2000 – 2013)
ColourNet / Transformations (2012 – 2013)
Moving Pictures (2011)
Although perhaps not significant in some regards, Moving Pictures (2011) marked the beginning of my shift away from work based around video capture towards a more abstract representations of system-like behaviours. It ran on a computer with Max/MSP software and a video camera and used movement in the gallery to 'spin' the double ouroboros symbols. Like A Choreographer's Cartography (2005) it can be seen as a closed system, with interaction used to trigger internal changes in the piece, but no external media being added to it as it runs. It was shown in The Interact Gallery and at Phoenix in Leicester as part of the Alan Turning touring exhibition. The symbol was refined to become the 'Interact logo' that I often used to represent my work.
Dropsketch (2011 – 2013)
Memory Mirror (2011)
Stench (2009 – 2011)
You Are Not Alone (2008)
I See You (2007)
I See You (2007) was one of a series of artworks that were designed to be 'empty vessels' that would be filled through a 'process of interaction'. I See You (2007) starts as a blank screen and grabs images of the faces of passers by. These faces are used to attract more passers by so that the screen eventually reaches an equilibrium state, where old faces fade away and new faces are added. It was exhibited in various locations. I regard it as an open system.
Autopoiesis (2006 – 2008)
Fragments of Identity (2003)
Fragments of Identity (2003) was a collaborative installation involving Ashok Mistry, Raman Mundair, Kevin Ryan and myself. It took place in the Generator Gallery in Loughborough and was supported as part of Year of the Artist. My contribution used pressure sensors to trigger video playback in the space.
vj:cuttlefish / Live Multimedia (2000 – 2009)
Flow (2000) was an installation by Geoff Groadway and Sean Clark which took place at the Q Gallery in Derby in 2000. It explored elements of personal change and transformation through a continued interest in the creative possibilities of the oral-history document and experimental moving image and sound techniques.