Myth is an interactive dance media work that is driven by the intertwining of human movement, sound design and visual projection using sophisticated, computer intelligence and modelling. The piece will be collaboration driven, working with three unique artists.
Welcome to Footscray and please stop by between August 8-18 2019, to see our work A Tale of Two Cities up in its three-channel form all night every night in the streets of Footscray - there could be no finer home coming for this project! It is also the first time that the three-channel work will be shown.
I recently met with Anna Friederike Potengowski in the Hohle Fels Cave in preparation for forthcoming series of projects. I am devising interactive installations and performances focusing on the first sculptures in Human form combined with the music of the oldest found instruments in the world.
Hohle Fels Cave was discovered by anthropologist Nicolas Conrad and is said to house the earliest non-controversial sculpture of the human form. The caves were also preserving a significant collection of mammoth, vulture and swan bone flutes. This pre-historic cultural powerhouse is the starting point for a three part investigation into culture and its importance to humans.
Schlamp is a public interactive work, the first prototype ran in Dresden . The piece had such a varied response from the people of the city from affection to violence and everywhere in between. The work was subsequently invited displayed in Nuremberg 'Blaue Nacht', Monaco Dance Forum then with support from the Australian Arts Council in Melbourne, Australia and most recently in the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art.