INSTALLATIONS

 

 

Crooked Fiddle Band Album Artwork, Moving Pieces of the Sea

2013

Wood, plastic and fabric with human models.

The Town With No Name

2013

Diorama installation. Digital projection, plaster, balsa wood, computer lighting and soundscape.

An installation for the ‘Re:Cinema’ show, this work explores ideas of landscape in film. Collaboration with Andrew Robards.

Rising sea level diorama

2011

Plastic, perspex, wood, LED lighting and foam.​

Crooked Fiddle Band Album Art, Overgrown Tales

2011

Plaster, foam, paint and human model.

The Valley Drive In, 'Re: Cinema' exhibition

 2013

Parsons The New School for Design, New York, New York USA

Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney Australia

Miniature diorama installation including video installation. An appropriated version of the ‘The Town With No Name’, this work displays a miniature drive-in cinema viewing a previous artwork; a playful look at the cycling of cinematic imagery. Collaboration with Andrew Robards.

Digital projection, plaster, balsa wood, LED lighting, soundscape, found items.

We Mite Forget Them

 2016

Vivid Sydney

Animation projection for the Vivid Sydney festival at Central Park Development.

Glassimations

 2012

Canberra Glassworks

Collaboration with glass artist Mark Eliott.

Glassimations

 2012

Deakin University Melbourne

Collaboration with glass artist Mark Eliott.

 

Experiments in Living Glass #2

 2015

Christ Church University, UK

Society for Animation Studies conference exhibition. Collaboration with glass artist Mark Eliott.

Journey to the Centre of the Mind

Sydney College of the Arts

Degree show exhibition.

Oceans

2013

Ebeltoft, Denmark

International group show by invitation. Collaboration with glass artist Mark Eliott.

The Lobby

2019

Lisbon, Portugal

Birch-ply, balsa, polystyrene, acrylic paint, plaster, core-flute, resin, and 10’ tablets.

Exhibition at the Convento de Sao Pedro as part of the Society of Animation Studies. Collaboration with Andrew Robards

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