It seems that notions of ‘affordable’ and ‘public’ will prove crucial to the nature of the rapid advancement of digital culture in East London–and likely elsewhere too.
An(née) is a mimic… but a broken one. As you look at her, she attempts to mirror your facial expressions. As you speak, she tries in vain to understand and rephrase you.
This is the janky end of the uncanny valley.
A psychological experiment to explore the hypothesis that certain changes in the human voice and verbal delivery style might be taken as indicators to lying provided grounds for a spoken word composition around deception.
An interactive sound installation exploring modern human mobility. Built with free or found objects and open-source electronics/software.
Inspired by Fluxus, Dada, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie, the Everyday, John Urry, Sofian Audry, modulate @ shambala 2009.
Produced in a small team and shot largely over a handful of sessions in central London, often under the cover of darkness, tout bouge is a short film that seeks to take a snapshot on routines of urban life at all scales: micro to societal; personal to anonymous.
The Shep Sequencer is a repurposed wooden animal toy that I hacked into a musical step sequencer. The basic drive was to create an instrument with a considerable amount of sillyness that is also musically programmable – enjoyable for both little and big kids alike.