I am an inTer-aCtive artist, Transmedia writer and poet, making interactive theatre and site-specific Installation. My recent work is immersive, exploring the juxtaposition and conflicts of new technologies with the ‘natural world’, utilising augmented reality, text, video, photography, animation and the Web.
I am currently working on ‘Coffee Justice’ an innovative environmental art project exploring, producing and distributing stories of food justice from the mouths of those impacted on by food poverty, and from those working for global food justice. It begins with a development project investigating the use of augmented reality as part of the dining experience. For more information about this and my other projects check out my events page or social media.
My recent projects include: ‘Peas on Earth‘, a research and development project investigating the use of Augmented Reality to produce an immersive live experience.
Ripple, a collaboration with poet and artist Sarah Hymas, presents works exploring the fragility of life by examining the impact of climate change on the Indian subcontinent. The Installation consists of interactive poetic sculptures, that used augmented reality to illuminate anthropogenic climate change. Exhibited as part of Gaywise Festival 2015 at the Menier Gallery, London. It was shortlisted for the 2015 Dot Award.
In 2014 I worked on Tales from the Towpath, an immersive literature experience for Manchester Literature Festival exploring the role of the Manchester’s waterways, in collaboration with Helen Varley Jamieson, Michelle Green and Sarah Hymas. Tales from the Towpath was shortlisted for the 2014 New Media Writing Prize.
I am interested in the application of social permaculture in my art practice to interrogate the areas of seed sovereignty and world water scarcity, some recent projects include working as Creative Producer with Metaceptive on Footprint Modulation, an exhibition of art and interventions exploring climate change, global justice and human displacement. I also collaborated with artist Àgata Alcañiz on Tearing Stuff Apart, a participatory arts and science collaborating discovering the stories behind everyday products.
My work has been exhibited on canals, in public gardens, theatres, galleries and on television.