- Every Mickey, 2017.
SLS Nylon, Acrylic Paint, STL File. 50.688 x 23.858 x 49.376 cm.
“Every model of Mickey Mouse found online, compiled as one.”
- Token Homes, 2018.
ABSplus (on a Fortus 900mc) , Acrylic Paint, STL File.
“A housing estate of miniature investment units; no longer designed to ‘house’ people, these become commodities for buying and selling, with unit-prices backed and pegged to the house market prices for the area in which the sculpture is situated.
See the BBC article on Token Homes for a good description of this project.”
- Peak Simulator, 2015.
CNC machined marine plywood, polypropylene film. 13 x 2 x 1 metres
“Located in Grizedale Sculpture Park, for Abandon Normal Devices.
A computer generated landscape in a landscape.
In the early eighties the film industry began to adopt computer graphics, and the first film to use a computer generated landscape was Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan in 1982. Peak Simulator was designed with the same Midpoint Displacement algorithm.”
Image credit: Lucy Barker
- Analogue Website, 2007.
Train set, webcam, laptop, paper.
“Despite being the fastest growing space in the world, the internet is still an abstract, intangible space. This website is a physical space that is accessed via the internet by means of a webcam on a train track, allowing it to navigate to different handmade pages. After many web crashes (train derailments) the project is scheduled to be revised.”