Technology, Design and the Arts – Opportunities and Challenges

Technology, Design and the Arts – Opportunities and Challenges,
Earnshaw, R., Liggett, S., Excell, P., Thalmann, D. (Eds.), just published by, this open access book contains two chapters that feature my work.

Chapter 15: Chris Meigh-Andrews, Digital Moving Image Installations and Renewable Energy: 1994–2018
Chapter 18: Dr Alan Summers: In Darwin’s Garden: An Evolutionary Exploration of Augmented Reality
in Practice

Further info and access

Strangelove Time Based Media Festival

My selection of works for the experimental film section of the Strangelove Time Based Media Festival goes “live” on June 22nd.

The selected artists and works in this programme are:

Andrew Demirjian (USA), Pan-terrestrial People’s Anthem (2018);Robert Cahen (France),Narsica Hirsch (Argentina) and Ruben Guzman (Argentina) Kosmos II (2020) ; Tessa Garland (UK) Legacy Warf (2020); Masayuki Kawai (Japan), Video Feedback Aleatoric No 12 (2018); Vince Briffa (Malta), Outland (2019);Madelon Hooykaas (The Netherlands), No Self (2019);Jacques Perconte (France), Albatre (2018);Stuart Moore & Kayla Parker (UK), On Location (2017); Visual Brains (Sei Kazama & Ohtsue Hatsune) (Japan), Dé sign 22 “La Matiére de mémoire #3” (2011) and Terry Flaxton (UK), Forest Glade (beneath the forest floor) (2020).

Further information and link to programme from June 22nd-June 29th, 2020.

Forthcoming Exhibition of Recent New work- Feb 14th-20th

I will be exhibiting four new sculpture/installations at the Benham Gallery, Cuckoo Farm Studios, Colchester CO4 5HH.
The exhibition will run from Feb 14th to Feb 20th, Gallery open 10AM to 5PM daily.
The preview will be on Friday, Feb 14th from 6:30-8:30 PM.

Recently completed work

“The Sound of One Wheel Spinning (After Duchamp) “2019.

This recently completed sculptural sound piece is entitled “The Sound of One Wheel Spinning (After Duchamp)”. Over the past year I have been developing ideas for new works which are more purely sculptural, although still constructed from familiar domestic objects. This work makes a clear and direct reference to Marcel Duchamp’s famous Bicycle Wheel “readymade”, replacing the physical action required to rotate the wheel with a motorised control, whilst also adding a sonic element. Two children’s toy “exhaust systems” have been attached, so that the silent operation of the Duchampian wheel is now a thunderous roar.

Artists’ Film & Video Study Collection transferred to the University of Malta

EDAU Collection, UCLAN, Preston: 2004-2018

I am pleased to announce that the Film and Video Artists’ Study Collection, formerly located in the Electronic and Digital Arts Unit (EDAU) at the University of Central Lancashire has recently been transferred to the Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences at the University of Malta in Valletta.

Once it has been catalogued and restored, it will once again be made accessible for scholarly research.