V&A event 24th March

Excited to be taking ‘Noise+Signal’ to Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Digital Design Drop In’ event on Saturday March 24th. We will be in the sculpture gallery 1-4pm: come along to this participatory drawing event that responds to your own bio-sensor data. Here are some images from the Manchester Science Festival event to give you a […]

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VIVA

Very happy to reveal that I have just passed my viva examination (with minor corrections), project title: THE CONCEPT OF NOISE IN MEDICAL VISUALISATIONS PERCEIVED THROUGH A CONTEMPORARY DRAWING PRACTICE Images from my exhibition below        

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AA2A

Great day in the print room at Chester University testing out different etching processes. Here are some first samples:

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ING Drawing bursary

Great evening at Mall galleries – very pleased to be a part of it!  

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A Grand Exposition

Wonderful show @cornbrookcrt the Noise+Signal drawing event was extremely popular with visitors! Live signals from biosensors worn by participants were projected on the screen upon which they traced their very own unique bio-drawing – see the images below:

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FAFF animation festival

Fantastic programme of animations showing Sat 7th Oct @ FAFF festival, London: http://www.faffuss.com/whats-on/ Excited to be part of it!  

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RWA Open, Bristol

Animation ‘All of a sudden’ selected for the RWA Open (1 Oct-3 Dec 2017)    

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Manchester Science Festival

Selected for the curated exhibition ‘A Grand Exposition’ part of Manchester Science festival, in October. Watch this space for updates!  

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Video of Horniman project

New video of current work ‘Pani’ just uploaded, follow link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIUkXODEMyM

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Horniman museum

A couple of images from my current work ‘Pani’ at the Horniman Museum, London. They are of people searching out the drawings hidden in the large print, which merges satellite imagery, embroidery and drawings of flora and fauna. They are not easy to find!      

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