Crossing is an immersive interactive installation, negotiating ever-shifting waters and exploring our relationship to the sea and the act of crossing.
Floating explores a calm, soft, oceanic experience of water.
Storm consists of two projections that sit opposite each other and randomly erupt in a deluge of blurred imagery and loud rushing sounds.
Close is a reactive space based around a looped video
Hold On is an exploration of the coastal tidal zone of a place in change and flux.
Three LCD screens sit on the floor of the space; on the LCD screens are slow moving fluid images.
Falling is a video installation exploring the sensation of floating
Brushes of Liquid is a series of four twisted, distorted sections of responsive handrail.
Strokes is a responsive surround-sound and light installation that attempts to evoke some of the human sensory experiences relating to swimming.
An interactive video installation that suggests the sensory experience of floating at the surface and then diving down to be fully submerged.
A handheld responsive objects which attempt to evoke what might be found near the sea.
"Liquid Sensations: Evoking sensory experiences with interactive video installation art” was the title of my PhD thesis.
An interactive video installation that seeks to evoke the sensations of water wrapping around the body that occur when entering the water from a beach and the relative calm once past the surf.
Is an interactive video installation that suggests the feelings and sensations that relate to looking up at the surface of the water while submerged beneath it.