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Wrap series, 2014-2017

This series of online interactive & touch screen works considers the convergence of biological & digital skin as virtual prosthesis. Reworlding (Elizabeth) was awarded for Innovative Use of Digital Media at the 2016 CCP Salon & included in ‘Crossroads’ at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Bruise, exhibited at RMIT Gallery as part of ‘Morbis Artis’, featured in an article about bio art on CNN. Works from the Wrap series were included in #nfcdab wrocław biennale of digital & internet art in Poland.

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Wrap series, 2014-2017

This series of online interactive & touch screen works considers the convergence of biological & digital skin as virtual prosthesis. Reworlding (Elizabeth) was awarded for Innovative Use of Digital Media at the 2016 CCP Salon & included in ‘Crossroads’ at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Bruise, exhibited at RMIT Gallery as part of ‘Morbis Artis’, featured in an article about bio art on CNN. Works from the Wrap series were included in #nfcdab wrocław biennale of digital & internet art in Poland.

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Shifting Skin, 2013

Shifting Skin is an elegant statement on the collapsing boundaries between material and virtual via the connecting metaphor of skin. The uncannily flattened images of human surface were captured using a re-purposed flatbed scanner held directly against the subject’s body. When viewed through an app on a mobile screen, a 3D topography appears to project out of the print, a landscape of peaks and valleys describing the tonal scale within the surface of the subject, the terrain of scars, tattoos, skin tone and texture. Shifting Skin generated considerable international attention stemming from a retweet by cyberpunk author William Gibson and a report by Mashable.com that appeared in the Huffington Post. Shifting Skin toured regional Victorian galleries; was shown at the Cork Film Centre, Ireland & Theorizing the Web conference in NYC.

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Shifting Skin, 2013

Shifting Skin is an elegant statement on the collapsing boundaries between material and virtual via the connecting metaphor of skin. The uncannily flattened images of human surface were captured using a re-purposed flatbed scanner held directly against the subject’s body. When viewed through an app on a mobile screen, a 3D topography appears to project out of the print, a landscape of peaks and valleys describing the tonal scale within the surface of the subject, the terrain of scars, tattoos, skin tone and texture. Shifting Skin generated considerable international attention stemming from a retweet by cyberpunk author William Gibson and a report by Mashable.com that appeared in the Huffington Post. Shifting Skin toured regional Victorian galleries; was shown at the Cork Film Centre, Ireland & Theorizing the Web conference in NYC.