multichannel HD video installation
dimensions variable

This work is a continuous video projection depicting cars travelling downwards at variable speeds. The work was created to be exhibited in the windows of the Good Grief gallery, a former automotive warehouse turned artist-run initiative for experimental art practices. The projection is designed to be seen from the street — by drivers, riders, pedestrians — and only appears after dark. This project was assisted through Arts Tasmania.
pigment inkjet prints on paper
approx. 22cm x 1420cm

Shoots is a series of seventy-seven black and white images of the artist’s clenched hand. The work is an attempt to represent the experience of making artistic work; frustrating, awkward and never quite right, until something comes out of the struggle.
pigment inkjet prints on paper (triptych)
approx. 49cm x 221cm

This work was produced from multiple-exposure photographs of the Australian landscape shot during an artistic residency at Bundanon Trust in late 2019. Each image is a composite blend of five exposures merged by an algorithm which eliminates the darker parts of the source images.
HD video installation
30.5cm x 22cm x 0.7cm

Interface is an ultra-slow video time lapse sequence displayed on an iPad Pro. The gaze of the portrayed face changes over time and is occasionally directed at you, the viewer.
pigment inkjet prints on paper and aluminium frames
each 208cm x 145cm x 5cm

This work is a series of hyperrealistic photographic portraits depicting people pretending to be using their mobile device.
communication skills
2-channel HD video installation
approx. 160cm x 140cm x 80cm

This piece was inspired by everyday hand gestures fashioned by mobile phone use and represents them as a kind of visual dialogue, or perhaps a new kind of sign language.
new evidence
face-laminated pigment inkjet prints on paper
308cm x 252cm x 11cm

This work is based on the 1972 photobook 'Evidence' by artists Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan. The 700 images returned by the Google Image Search engine, when tasked to match an original input image taken from the book, were printed then displayed alongside the original image and a chosen match.
i think i feel
temporary public sculpture
100cm x 100cm x 100cm

This work was a temporary installation featuring a dummy made to look like the artist. The quotes were taken from an anonymous post on the wefeelfine.org website.
silver gelatin prints
each 10.1cm x 12.7cm

A collaborative series of images made by participants who were given a pre-loaded homemade pinhole camera then asked to capture something personal following a set of practical instructions.
pigment inkjet prints
each 10cm x 10cm

A series of photographs of the Tasmanian School of Art at night.