Artist, musician and researcher exploring the possibilities of meaning and context presented through sound and its materiality in relation to digital and audio technologies

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JUST BE CREATIVE.

A sonic revitalisation of Księży Młyn, Łódź
(2017)
Installation with projection, monitors and directional audio

Documentation

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The Mental Health Noise Orchestra

(2016)
Sound, noise and listening workshops and performances for people with mental disabilities and health issues

The Mental Health Noise Orchestra challenges public preconceptions concerning people with mental disabilities and health issues by demonstrating their potential for creativity and experimentation. Through workshops, the participants open their ears to the possibilities of sound and noise through listening. They culminate in performances which also confront the audience’s notions of what music and musicality are or should be shaped by the music industry and elitist traditions.

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Girls! Girls! Girls! Girls! Boys!

The work explores the image in the age of the internet using an older broadcasting technology: Teletext, the Television information retrieval service. Although their capabilities clearly differ, by almost being a precursor to the internet, our nostalgic recollections of Teletext serve to remind us of the early promise of the internet.

 

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The Global Minotaur

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Inspired by The Global Minotaur: America, the True Origins of the Financial Crisis and the Future of the World Economy by Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister from Syriza.

It is part of OCEAN, an online exhibition of animated GIFs.

Ethnic Diversity in Sites of Cultural Activity

(2014 – ongoing)
Interactive audiovisual installation

Ethnic Diversity in Sites of Cultural Activity poses the question of whether computers can be racist by highlighting the potential for discrimination of face recognition technology. The interactive installation consists of a computer, a web camera, speakers, projectors and lamps. It locates faces, detects skin colour and alters the sound and image produced depending on the ethnic diversity of the visitors to the exhibition. Different music is selected depending on where the work is exhibited. The piece was originally developed in Vienna where it morphed between Fela Kuti’s Zombie for dark skin and Johann Strauss II’s the Blue Danube performed by the Vienna Philharmonic for light skin in reference to the orchestra’s lack of ethnic and gender diversity.

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