I took on the challenge of building content for Australia’s largest permanent projection screen in the town of Wagga Wagga. It was the third in a series of artists curated to produce content for the 3 storey canvas that covers the cities council buildings. The work will be on show throughout July, check out the video below. And this article about it http://www.riverinaleader.com.au/story/4777899/night-light-sculptures-put-wagga-on-permanent-display/
The Dark Ride Project is a Virtual Reality archive of historic indoor amusements from across the globe. It is the first repository of the Dark Ride experience, using cutting edge technology to capture both the physical construction and the unique immersive experience. Join the Dark Ride Project on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram Since the turn of the century, Ghost Trains, Haunted House rides, Old Mill rides and many other types of Dark Ride have featured in the […]
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This large work featured in the group show at Strange Neighbour Gallery Measuring 4 x 4 meters the canvas work was illuminated at night Horror Show, curated by The Ryan Sisters,is a group exhibition featuring 13 artists exploring ideas associated with the Horror genre. The abject nature of horror is one that consists of a number of conflicting emotions. We are often simultaneously repelled and drawn to this subject matter. It titillates, excites, mesmerizes and terrorizes. Artists will respond […]
‘Miracle Strip’ an exhibition at Dianne Tanzer Gallery 15/6/2013 until 13/7/2013 Sculptures, Photographic Prints and featuring projections for the Gertrude Projection Festival viewable every night Download the press release here Join the Facebook group here Check out this video about my current show ‘Miracle Strip’, featuring an interview that I did with Richard Watts on Triple RRR. Remember the show is in its last days! Here are some gifs of projections nightly at the gallery, they will continue until the end of the Gertrude St Projection […]
Here is a video I produced for Blindside Galleries show ‘Curtain Call’. The video features sound score by Simon Pericich.
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I’m involved in this great show curated by Warren Fithie called ‘The gravity of the situation’ Opening monday night at Monash Faculty Gallery. It’s an exhibition featuring 30 contemporary Australian artists whose works will be available for purchase to raise funds for Japanese disaster relief efforts. See http://artdes.monash.edu to purchase works Wonderful graphics are courtesy of Warren Taylor my image is below Opening Event: Monday 4 July 6 – 8pm Exhibition 4 – 19 July 2011 Join us on Facebook […]