My work is characterised by a broad range of activity through varied forms of application. Considering changing approaches to spectatorship, earlier work translated the scale and immersive capacity of urban settings through production of various site-specific installations and interactions (whilst utilising performance, video-art, sculpture, and projection technologies).
Where there is interest in the spectacle, or formation in the artistic sense, there is also a wider critical concern of how artistic products or services can be commercialized (e.g. the expansion of branded media content that can be scaled across mobile devices, personal computers, media exhibits or IPTV).
My present research explores a relationship between the geological environment and the psychological terrain of the spectator. At an art/science interface, this involves linking modality-specific forms, representations, and data, through use of cartography/3D registered GIS.