Exhibition

Footprint Modulation

An exhibition of art and interventions exploring climate change, global justice and human displacement by Metaceptive. Featuring the

Eye on a Word

An Installation exploring Tagore, presented as part of Manchester Mega Mela [Show slideshow] Further documentation from

Siachen Glacier

An installation exploring retreating glaciers and the fragility of human life on earth. [Show slideshow] Poem exploring the

The Salmagundi

A B Arts commission to write an interactive story experience for 9-13 year olds. Working with young people in Stoke-on-Trent to produce an immersive story experience to tour libraries and arts centres 2014-2017 with the aim of encouraging young people to continue their lifelong reading journey.

Leftover garden

Part of 3 days without water, a Life Friendly Collective Residency.

What if the world was 100% water, how would we grow food? What would we eat? How would we survive? To find out I grew a leftover garden in water with scraps of vegetables from the compost bin of Eighth Day Cafe and plastic water bottles from the bin store of Piccadilly Place.

Without Seeds

A Life Friendly Collective residency at The Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester. Inspired by land plants, such as moss,

Haiku

Haiku was commissioned by Litfest at Flax:028. A collaboration between Litfest poets, Sarah Hymas and Maya Chowdhry. Using words from the poets Maya and Sarah produced a haiku which they grew in cress seeds. Maya produced a stop-motion film of this and it was exhibited at Litfest.

Water is Priceless

An interactive installation exploring the role of water in our lives and the impending water scarcity that will affect parts of our planet in the near future. A hydroponic herb garden, made from upcycled water bottles, triggers animations which tell the stories of water, whilst a barcode scanner triggers a webcam that captures the audience’s image and refracts it into a mosaic of images of water.