Gulliver's Swift Travel Service
Concept design, construction, development with Digital Mango Labs on Gulliver's Swift Travel Service (2017), an interactive installation for VIVID Sydney 2017.
Preview of the exhibition available at the VIVID Sydney website.
Science of the Unseen
Co-curator of Science of the Unseen (2016) an online exhibition organised by ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community.
The exhibition is available online at:
The rich use of media in Science of the Unseen makes the exhibition immersive and captivating in its exploration of the world. As the curators share on their site, they do not want the human mind to be at the center of their work—instead, they hope that the viewer will feel like they are just a small part of a much larger world.
Altered Books: Digital Interventions
View the Online Exhibition. (2015)
Collaboration with Xavier Ho to produce abstract representations of public domain books.
Python with NLTK
Generative video work created as an ambient animation for an event held for the Founders Circle at The University of Sydney
Processing, with my Poisson Points processing library
Kate Dunn, John McEwan and I created this interactive artwork as part of the Expanded Architecture exhibition in Sydney, October of 2014. It is inspired by collaborative works between Harry Seidler and various artists that were undertaken during the design of several prominent buildings around Sydney, and Australia.
Large-scale projection mapped onto the wall of the atrium at Grosvenor Place, Sydney.
Microsoft Kinect, Processing.
Static Data Visualisation
This work was a collaboration between myself and Xavier Ho. It was designed as a digital poster for display in the CAVE2 at Monash University, Melbourne.
It is based on the experimental data from Ho, K. T., Chariton, A. A., Portis, L. M., Proestou, D., Cantwell, M. G., Baguley, J. G., & Kamikawa, A. (2013). Use of a novel sediment exposure to determine the effects of triclosan on estuarine benthic communities. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 32 (2), 384-392. doi: 10.1002/etc.2067
High Resolution CAVE2 (27320 x 3072 pixels)
Reefs on the Edge
Visualisation and Interactive Table
Reefs on the Edge is a transmedia art installation which incorporates Visual Arts, Sound Design, Tangible User Interface Design, Visualisation, and Multiple-Channel Video.
I was involved in designing a TUI and visualisation in collaboration with my good friend, Adityo Pratomo. This project was part of the M.IDEA program at Sydney Uni.
Live Data Visualisation
This work is a collaboration between myself and Jonathan McEwan, for the M.IDEA program at Sydney Uni.
It is an aggregation of live data from Twitter and We Feel Fine which shows the emotional state of the city.
Low-resolution generative animation on a Smart Slab media façade using Processing
Twitter and We Feel Fine API integration