I will be participating in Technarte– an international conference on Art & Technology in Bilbao on April 12th, presenting a paper on my most recently completed site-specific installation “The Monument Project (Si Monumentum Requiris Circumspice).”
The Monument Project (Si Monumentum Requiris Circumspice) which has been operational since Feb 2009 is now completed, and the web site is no longer on line. Information about the work and sample images from the installation is now available at the City of London web site.
Last week I began working on a new project with Terry Flaxton and Robert Cahen to develop a collaborative exhibition of moving image installation work. We spent three days at Terry’s studio in Somerset working together and discussing our approach, ideas, themes and working methods. Interview with Robert Cahen and Chris Meigh-Andrews by Terry Flaxton
I spent yesterday working with Rowan Blaik head gardener at Down House, installing the outdoor cameras around the old Mulberry tree in Charles Darwin’s Garden. The four cameras, which have been mounted in strategic sites encircling the venerable tree, have been programmed to take an image every six hours, and will produce a cumulative record […]
Tonight’s projection will begin at approximately 9:30 PM See the BBC website