As part of the Sacconi Residency Weekend, I have been invited to collaborate for one of the events. I interpreted this as an opportunity to re-contextualise the listening experience of classical music. Using the acoustic nature of the medium of the quartet to its advantage by relocating the quartet out of the concert space and placing them directly into the forces of nature.
An immersive music, water and light art event, set in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Featuring the concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald.
Using water, light from a slide projector and a live-feed camera and projector to capture the patterns made in a … More
A short documentary film about the twilight music & light art event River Song
Curated by Katharine Beaugié
Art in the Park | Kearsney interpreted
I have been invited by Dover Arts Development (DAD) to be an artist-in-residence in the project Art in the Park … More
17 years later, I finally make the piece “hanami” from a piece of pink neon made in 2001 in Glasgow
A collaborative performance between myself and Dave Robinson. An empty slide projector shined down onto the square pool of water … More
Using cyanotype coated Fabiano paper, the shadows of the objects remain white, whilst the UV light of the sun creates a chemical reaction, turning the paper blue. A blue-print.
rayograph of woman in shower 2012 90″ x 24″ (229 x 61cms) silver gelatin print Development of the ‘immersion series’