ALPHABET / 2018

Exhibited at the Estonian Print and Paper Museum as an audio-visual installation, Alphabet explores the malleable/recyclable characteristics of information and the numerous iterations one set of data can take.

Units Of Sound / 2017

Developed in Leipzig as part of the Pilotenkueche International Artist Residence Program, Units Of Sound was an investigation into the abstract foundations of language from which meaning is ultimately derived.

Units Of Sound / 2017

Developed in Leipzig as part of the Pilotenkueche International Artist Residence Program, Units Of Sound was an investigation into the abstract foundations of language from which meaning is ultimately derived.

The Necklace / 2013

Collection of C-Type Prints, 30cm x 21cm x 1cm


107 separate images, each generated by filming and tracking the movement of the lips as a paragraph of text is read, and presenting the frames that make up the film next to each other. These images were then compiled into a book which mimics the formatting and presentation of the original text. The result is a record that views text as a series of instructions on how to move the lips - a visualisation Guy de Maupassant’s original text.

The Necklace / 2013

Collection of C-Type Prints, 30cm x 21cm x 1cm


107 separate images, each generated by filming and tracking the movement of the lips as a paragraph of text is read, and presenting the frames that make up the film next to each other. These images were then compiled into a book which mimics the formatting and presentation of the original text. The result is a record that views text as a series of instructions on how to move the lips - a visualisation Guy de Maupassant’s original text.

The Necklace / 2013

Collection of C-Type Prints, 30cm x 21cm x 1cm


107 separate images, each generated by filming and tracking the movement of the lips as a paragraph of text is read, and presenting the frames that make up the film next to each other. These images were then compiled into a book which mimics the formatting and presentation of the original text. The result is a record that views text as a series of instructions on how to move the lips - a visualisation Guy de Maupassant’s original text.