Older works







Screensaver
Exploring a bodily relationship to digital imagery, the video circles around the concept of a .jpg photo printed on a towel. Verbatim recitals of chat room conversations, videos painted on nails, 3D CAD scans and YouTube CGI towels crash together in this floating landscape of digital debris. These scenes are framed by the karaoke version of ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ whilst a hand cursor ‘flies’ together with an iCloud symbol. This is an echo of the concept of the .jpgs on towels; an attempt to physically touch the immaterial network of online imagery.

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Power / Point
Collaboration with Mae-Li Evans
Exploring a tension between physical and digital arrangement of space, the body, the physical hand, the computer cursor and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 battle it out.

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Gym Walkthrough
(Video element of performance)

In the original performance, a man stood in front of a TV screen playing this video. He does press-ups in front of the screen before attempting to chat up a piece of CGI gym equipment. After he is rejected, he leaves the room before reappearing in the same clothes on the TV screen. In a collage of camp aesthetics and the macho props and slings of the equipment, the man is lost in a constant state of karaoke and unrequited object fetishism.

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Perversion

Two videos from an archive collide. Initial research in to excersice and representations of the body.

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Arguments

An exploration of how relationships are played out on screen.

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