Plywood, PVC Confession is an interactive sculpture that challenges the idea that space and architecture can alter our ability to communicate. Two people need to simultaneously place the boxes over their heads and communicate via the pipe. Although the distance apart is equal to that of a normal conversation the change in environment evokes various […]
Trace I – is a participatory art project that involved six women who independantly traced their movements through space using a GPS enabled smart phone. The act of digitally mapping the body as it moves through the physical environment reflects the artists desire for order and containment. By allowing participants to select their own course, […]
The Finding Country Project was developed by Kevin O’Brien, Professor of Design at Queensland University of Technology. The process of erasure aims to reveal traces of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history that have been hidden and destroyed by colonisation. Under the guidance of Michael Tawa, Professor of Architecture Sydney University, sixteen students worked in groups to […]
Girls Talk is an interactive sculpture that creatively interprets the intersection of art and architecture by exploring the way we communicate in a temporal space. Using a combination of symmetrical and dynamic forms, the work provides an alternative environment that questions how we communicate within a public and private space. Participants activate the sculpture by […]
Built around the central idea that architecture and space can challenge the way we communicate, Network (2014) is an interactive sculpture that encourages the audience to perform the basic actions of talking, looking, listening, and standing. Unglamorous waste such as used advertising banners and recycled EVA foam was repurposed to reflect the artist’s ideas.