1540 x 370 cm (horizontal wrap spectrogram) 330 x 1240 cm (vertical podium key)
Digital billboard visualisation of site-specific sonic patterns, displayed on the corner of Flinders Street and Elizabeth Street for the Fivex Art Prize, Melbourne, December 2020 - January 2021.
Peak Frequency is a hypnotic representation of our urban space, reflecting and distributing what is already there in pursuit of
encouraging critical awareness of the systematic and routine foundations of our public lives. The work is a spectrogram, time is represented
on the x-axis, sonic frequency on the y-axis, and decibel intensity is colour.
Instruments of Life
Two kinetic objects that interact with each other, solo exhibition at No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne, 2019.
Instruments of Life is an investigation into our primal familiarity with technology. This installation is made up of two key components. Lamp
incorporates two distinctly different frequencies of light in motion:
one that attracts organic life, while the other repels it. Pickup is a custom made microphone synthesizer array that detects and translates electromagnetic waves (emitted by Lamp and any electrical device in its vicinity) to sound.
Black Box mixed media 75 x 55 x 55 cm
Feedback machine commisioned for ‘You Are Here’ group exhibition curated by Matthew Davis at Melbourne’s Living Museum of the West, 2019.
PA System that uses feedback as a means of addressing and responding to
the specificities of site. Affected by the proximity of listeners and
changes in atmospheric conditions, the sculpture amplifies the multiple
resonances of the site's architecture, social conditions and
Interactive audiovisual performance incorporating light, sound, and viewer proximity, collaboration with Mitchell Mackintosh at Grant Street Theatre, Melbourne, 2019.
Stemming from John Luther Adams’ ideas on ‘Sonic Geography’, Precipitations
is an immersive installation that uses light and sound to explore the
interconnectivity of our ‘internal’ psychological space and ‘external’
Dark Points pvc piping, pvc wheels, rubber
Set design for contemporary dance perfomance Dark Points by Die Angle at Melbourne Fringe Festival, Mycelium Studios, 2019.
The set was designed for dancer interaction and consisted of six moving walls that shifted through a backlit space in choreographed formations. The six walls were designed for the dimensions of the site; an industrial basement with gridded structural pillars. In doing this, the lighting of the performance was determined by the walls and their formations.