Data + Digital
Terra Fluxus is a recorder of the dynamic medium of landscape.
The flood laboratory is a landscape corpse subject to the floods and variations of the Usumacinta river currents. The laboratory is a contemporary art and esculoric gallery in dry season and a flood shelter against flooding in the wet season.
Point Zero tests the decoding of the QR code through distortion, utilising the one point perspective construction method.
re-hiding engenders the re-use, re-cycling, re-distributing and re-generation of components of the existing territory.
sol.A is a kinetic sculpture developed in relation to the sun’s path and actuated by the sun’s solar energy specific to its location at Federation Square.
Atmospherics is an enhanced cyborg landscape in which the biological, artificial and technological are merged to enhance and celebrate the existing ecologically conditions.
The goal of this project is to facilitate exploration of safe 24 hour city strategies, using advanced technologies involving interactive, agent-based simulations of user-defined scenarios.
Paramorphic Skin (72) is a sculpture in a series of works that explores our perception of skin bound simultaneously in our physical and physiological being.
‘Scaler’ is a site specific dynamic sculpture that symbolises the renewal of the Delacombe community and the reclaiming of the park through the complex assemblage of discrete parts that coalesce the surrounding context to form a large cohesive dynamic body suspended over the water.
The pavilion is constructed as a set of individual modules. Each module offers students the opportunity to learn a range of different skills and capabilities.
The film, Middle Ground_Morwell is the first of a series of short films which capture key moments occurring within the broader Transiting Cities- Low Carbon Futures research project.
Latrorama is a animation that draws upon the vastness and different landscape qualities that can be found in the Latrobe Valley Region.
In Disguise is the title of the proposed Moorabbin Junction project for the Street 14 Competition that intends to inspire and challenge our understanding of what a street, park, and square may be, and perhaps what they might be in defining public space in our cities.
The installation is intended to inspire and challenge our understanding of what a park is, and perhaps what they might be.
As today's fastest-growing city in Australia, it has evolved from a "frontier" settlement to a sophisticated regional metropolis of over 1.6 million population.
urban screens is a lateral trans-disciplinary approach to exploring the growing appearance of moving images in urban space and the global transformation of public culture in the context of large new multi media precincts such as Federation Square with also other various networked forms of urban screens.
The seemingly pristine flows of microscopic nano-bots productively work away towards transforming the natural order of this once corporate landscape into an indeterminable equilibrium of built futures.
COAL outlines the initial ground for the ongoing research of Transiting cities; an exploration into transforming regional centres dominated by singular economies.
The intent of the studio was to investigate resource landscapes and the potential for these landscapes to be reformed through a range of material organisations and parametric behaviours that are inherently part of their being.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Wujin, the mountain resort celebrates the beautiful natural environment through a careful articulation of the inherent landscape qualities of the site.
sol.ARGE is the playful development of the dynamic sculpture sol.A into a large building, hence the title.
The project is an urban landscape, generated by the flow forces that link diverse infrastructures and urban spaces in the city.