Sydney exhibition and PhD

I am very pleased to have some of my work in the exhibition Prisms of Influence: Echoes from The Colour in the Code at the Mosman Gallery in Sydney Australia. The exhibition runs in parallel to Ernest Edmonds: The Colour in the Code a retrospective exhibition at Mosman of Ernest Edmonds’ work. Ernest was the director of research of my PhD and Susan Tebby, who also has work in the show, was my supervisor.

My work in the exhibition is a video that, through recordings of interactions, shows the development of the interface I created to enable people to explore the generative properties of the Smallworld algorithms that I had developed at UKC. The development of versions of the Smallworld suite that people could access at exhibitions served as a case study in the focus of my PhD. The goal of my research which was to find out just what artists and audiences are offered by a medium that may demand active participation in the realisation of the work rather than, as is more often the case, engagement in viewing and interpretation of existing material.

A pdf of the PhD thesis, which includes the conclusions of the research, is available to download here.

Leicester digital art pioneers

Exhibition and Zoom Event

Pursuing Limited Resources (2018) and Depth Cued Smallworld Images (1989)

In April 2022, The above pieces were exhibited in an exhibition organised by Sean Clark at the start of a project to collect and display the role people and institutions in Leicester and Leicestershire contributed to the development of computational art.

More about the project and exhibition can be found here

A Zoom Event with the four artists exhibited is scheduled for 7.00pm London time on 28th April 2022. Register here