Nottingham’s ‘University’ Park becomes an outdoor contemporary art gallery from September 27th 2013: Further details
I’m currently working on a new outdoor solar powered sound installation to be sited in Highfields Park, Nottingham in Sept-Oct, 2013. Here are some photos of the test rig and the proposed site.
On Feb 28th, I met with Alan Summers to discuss the next stage in the development of the In Darwin’s Garden project. Alan has produced a preliminary augmented reality (AR) visualisation of the mulberry tree that can be viewed using smart phones or ipads using the “Junaio” application.
Alan Summers, who is collaborating with me on this site-specific project at Charles Darwin’s home at Down House in Kent, has recently produced a new series of visualisations which will be published as part of a forthcoming Leonardo publication. The feature will include an on-line interview by Vince Dzieken with myself, Alan and Rowan Blaik, […]
The University of Central Lancashire has released a short film to coincide with this event, which has been posted on Youtube and can be viewed by clicking on this link.
My current site-specific project “In Darwin’s Garden” will be profiled in an on line exhibition which will be presented during August. For further information and details click on this link.
On Thursday I spent an interesting day working with artist and film maker Stuart Moore of Sundog Media in Plymouth, who with Kayla Parker has developed an exciting project to produce a series of 360 degree panoramic projections (Welcome to the Treasuredome) for the ICCI (Innovation for the Creative and Cultural Industries) which will be […]
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.