Chorus Wave Frequencies
Projected Sound frequency installation
AstroLAB, A.P.T Gallery, Deptford, London
sited acoustic experimentation has become part of my developing
art practice since 2005. Recent projects have involved researching
live sonic processes made visual through the use of sound emission
analyzers. These installations include projections of interactive
sound visualizations that respond to a variety of acoustic sources
and microphones, picking up participative co-production of sonic
Other sound frequency works respond directly to electro-acoustic
phenomena: for example in AstroLAB my installation involved the
visualization of plasma waves received by NASA from the magnetosphere
between 60-36,000 miles from Earth. These waves were visualized
through the sound emission analyzer, Overtone Analyzer, and then
partially refracted as a circular projection.
Exhibiting widely in Europe, my work has been included in collateral
exhibitions during Venice Biennales 2009, 2011 and 2013, as well
as shown in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Den Haag,
Turin and Parma.
Collectively initiating, organising and curating exhibitions with
other people, has become another important aspect of my working
process as an artist. Encouraging longer set up times that allow
for on-site experimentation and collaboration is of continuing interest.
My art practice has been based at A.P.T Studios in Deptford since
1995. Recent studies have included an MA in Contemporary Art Theory
at Goldsmiths, University of London (2009-11) and an MA in Art &
Design Education at the Institute of Education, University of London
(2006-8). Since 2006 I have been employed at the University of the Arts London, working at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon College of Art in a variety of roles.