Monday, 10 November 2008


I chose to pay homage to my twin brother, Kal, as I feel he is the most significant person in my life. I felt that the connection between us could generate some very interesting work and I had excellent access to primary research such as photographs, as well as my own memories.

Friday, 10 October 2008

Tuesday, 20 May 2008


People are constantly trying to invent new ways of collecting and storing sound. I didn't want to collect and store sound,rather expose it, by trapping it in a visual aesthetic. I meticulously deconstructed a sound recording device and painstakingly labelled each element. I wanted to represent the complexity of sound. When I trapped the components in ice they remained suspended as a snapshot of a moment, which can now be continuously viewed, making the temporary permanent.

Thursday, 10 April 2008

Stitched Communication.

27 seconds of conversation, transformed into a soundwave, which was then stitched onto paper and photographed mummifying the model in sound. Foundation 2008.

Monday, 24 March 2008

Stitch It.

I asked each volunteer to say a quote, which they felt summed them up, I recorded each soundbyte and then took a photograph. The soundbyte was then turned into a soundwave and stitched over the corresponding mouth, aesthetically representing each person uniquely with the use of line. The wall displays a selection of colour and cropping variations.

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Braille VHS

A deconstructed VHS tape. An extract of the film script has been 'Brailled' onto the magnetic tape, creating an alternative interpretation of the medium.