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  • Hybrid

    An ongoing animated graphics portraits series, based on the faces of people close to me merged with a animal they have a connection with. With shamanic influences, this piece reflects the historical and cultural connection with have with other living organisms, as well as hinting at how our cultural traditions have become modernised and to some extent lost due to westernised and digitalisation. We are constantly being to see images of hybridisations within popular culture, as well as the progression of hybridising and splicing within biotechnology. By using individuals close to the artist, it suggests how these ideas have spread widely in society and are emerging in domestic environments. 

  • Skinning Interfaces . 1

    A large multi layered projection representing the relationship between our physical body and the online interfaces that we present ourselves on. With the representation of the physical skin by the material, with the 3D simulation it hints at the idea that skins are not online present physically but on technological interfaces. The 3D meshes that make up artificial skins, as well as the version of ourselves that we present online all contribute to the many layers of skins we have with our existence. The installation consists of photographic images, moving images, 3D animation and the presence of physical material surfaces to represent these multilevelled skins.

  • Skinning Interfaces . 2

    A large multi layered projection representing the relationship between our physical body and the online interfaces that we present ourselves on. With the representation of the physical skin by the material, with the 3D simulation it hints at the idea that skins are not online present physically but on technological interfaces. The 3D meshes that make up artificial skins, as well as the version of ourselves that we present online all contribute to the many layers of skins we have with our existence. The installation consists of photographic images, moving images, 3D animation and the presence of physical material surfaces to represent these multilevelled skins.
  • Transgenic Fantasies

    Bio-technology has enhanced and improved our survival in the world. Various recent discovers and practices have allowed us to fantasise a better future due to these new technologies. This includes designer babies, clones, bio resources and cyborgs. All of which can belong to the idea of the post-human. But to what extent will we take these socially, politically and ethically?
    Transgenic Fantasies is a multiscreen animation graphics and sculptural hybrid piece highlighting the relationship between out ideas and fantasies and its possible outcomes within both scientific and artistic contexts.
  • The Brain

    An interactive installation that breaks the boundaries between the relationship of technological and biological connections, demonstrating an understanding of the abstract similarities of the two. By a combination of science and art, the piece questions if we as humans are both emotionally and physically projected through our technical creations. We invite you, the audience, to explore this parallelism by the use of touch and view the brain through a new, innovative, digitalised perspective. An interactive touch sensor brain sculpture. With physical interaction on certain areas of the sculpture will trigger certain moving images of the digital circuitry on screen. Each image is representative of each area of the brain and the similarities between our living brain mapping in comparison to the electric circuitry interfaces. Art Director - Joshua Sampson///Visual Artist & Technician - Thomas Doukinitsas///Visual Director - Lauren Fox///Assisant Art Director, Electrical Component Technician, Sculptor & Installation Curator - Julia Cowell
  • Transformation

    A photographic extension of the Skinning Interfaces project. These particular photographs discuss the importance of physical skins, but also the restrictions of the physical body. There is appreciation for the textures and flexibility of the layers of skin, however there is fragility to the matter that protects us.
  • Rockstars Don’t Retire

    A short documentary film based around three ex-Iron Maiden members, following their lives from past to present day.
  • Big Boys & Toys

    A short portrait documentary of the men of Farnham Railway Club.