Miscellaneous Installations

The following galleries are examples of smaller, more experimental standalone installations completed (or at least begun) over the last ten years.

Photosynthesis (part one) – Malacoota, February 2010

PVC, light, water

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Originally intended to be displayed as a photographic diptych using an abstracted ancient iconography of water. The second element, an installation used rectangular poly-tunnels installed in Death Valley to grow lines of plant matter in the barren landscape, using just the space’s water and light. It was left there for 6 months but I found it had been destroyed upon my return.

Prime (2014) Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne

LED light bars, tree

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installed for Globelight 2014, Prime is a physical manifestation of a prime number. The light bars are arranged and tilted in such a way that a complete image of the shape is unattainable from any one angle. The viewer must move around the site to understand the form.

Reflection / Refraction (2013) Lake Eildon, Victoria

Circular Fluorescent lights, black tape, tree, water

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An exploration of the refractive qualities of water, the rings form a warped arc on the water, while continuing their form beneath it. One, being taped to eliminate the submersed section, and allow only a reflection of the arc.

Corner Arc – New York 2012 

Electro-luminescent wire

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Installed in my studio while on a residency at Point B Worklodge in Brooklyn. At the time I was interested in creating minimal interventions in the space with light, to change the perception of it’s features.

Planes – (tilted, torqued, concentric) – New York 2012 

EL wire

Conversations about Abstraction – a dialogue between space and light. New York 2012 

EL wire, flashlights

Photosynthesis (part one) – Malacoota, February 2010

PVC, light, water

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Originally intended to be displayed as a photographic diptych using an abstracted ancient iconography of water. The second element, an installation used rectangular poly-tunnels installed in Death Valley to grow lines of plant matter in the barren landscape, using just the space’s water and light. It was left there for 6 months but I found it had been destroyed upon my return.

Corner Arc – New York 2012 

Electro-luminescent wire

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Installed in my studio while on a residency at Point B Worklodge in Brooklyn. At the time I was interested in creating minimal interventions in the space with light, to change the perception of it’s features.

Planes – (tilted, torqued, concentric) – New York 2012 

EL wire

Conversations about Abstraction – a dialogue between space and light. New York 2012 

EL wire, flashlights

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Prime (2014) Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne

LED light bars, tree

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installed for Globelight 2014, Prime is a physical manifestation of a prime number. The light bars are arranged and tilted in such a way that a complete image of the shape is unattainable from any one angle. The viewer must move around the site to understand the form.

Reflection / Refraction (2013) Lake Eildon, Victoria

Circular Fluorescent lights, black tape, tree, water

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An exploration of the refractive qualities of water, the rings form a warped arc on the water, while continuing their form beneath it. One, being taped to eliminate the submersed section, and allow only a reflection of the arc.

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