A temporary public installation artwork based on raising environmental and social awareness. ‘’Voice of the Earth’’ is an immersive screen work using a purpose built geodesic projection dome installation that aims to educate the public into an engaging experience of ancient traditional cultures as a relationship with the environment.
ST KILDA SEA LIFE Interactive Projections was an evolution of my previous projection works inspired by the surroundings of our marine life and nature in Port Phillip Bay.My intention with this project was to promote local environmental awareness and connect the transients with an entertaining and responsive art form, simulating nature as a living entity. The new Acland St plaza was lit up with interactive movement and colours. It was an exciting and creative way to add another attraction to one
The Make-Beleive Book is a projection of a ten page storybook set to light up the outside of the St Kilda library for three weeks beginning on August the 21st. The launch will begin at 6pm on the 21st of August outside the library with a viewing of the work, followed by an exhibition of the involved artists' work at 4DVERSE STUDIOS just next door. The launch will be a family-friendly night of art, music and words with food and drinks supplied by local businesses. The project is the result o
An environmental public art sculpture raising awareness of endangered wild life, produced by Melbourne Zoo and the City of Melbourne. MINI DOCUMENTARY INK
Balaclava Village Initiative – Public Toilet Art Project, Commissioned by Port Phillip Council. 2014 MINI DOCUMENTARY LINK
Developed for Nine High building at PROJECT THE JUCTION projections festival. Organised by CREATIVE SUBURBS and supported by the City of DAREBIN. 2015
Interactive experiential sculpture & projections for Rainbow Serpent 2015 collaborative project 4Dverse Multimedia, Mesne Design Studio and United Minds Collectives.
A series of interactive experiential installations creating social and natural cohesion in Melbourne galleries and outdoor festivals. 2012 MINI DOCUMENTARY LINK