An updated version of my Leap Second artwork was exhibited as part of the Mozilla Festival 2018.
Collaboration with Dr. John Fass, exhibited at London Design Festival 2018, Everything Happens So Much, London College of Communication
4m x 4m x 0.4m (width, height, depth)
cardboard boxes, various objects
The Ministry of Tax was a speculative project as part of Communicating Tax a project by Rebecca Bramall and Liam Stanley. The project examined the government’s Annual Tax Summary (ATS), a personalised tax and spending statement sent to income taxpayers, and explored alternative ways of reporting on tax and public spending.
As part of the Velocity exhibition and publication at the London Design Festival 2018 I created a website and was published in Velocity.
The website A Fake Truth was created for the show:
A paper was published in the Institute of Physics journal, Plasma and Controlled Fusion titled Laser-driven x-ray and neutron source development for industrial applications of plasma accelerators. In this paper I am named as one of the authors:
What if we could look at the sun with x-ray vision (contact x-ray plates on the Vulcan Target Area West vacuum chamber, 36 separate shots)
What if we could look at the sun with x-ray vision (contact x-ray plates on the Vulcan Target Area West vacuum chamber, 36 separate shots) is a collaborative artwork created with scientists at the Central Laser Facility in Oxfordshire, England. I was invited to be part of their experiment as an artist as well as an active scientific participant, their aim was to demonstrate the effectiveness of laser technology to see through layers of material using x-rays and neutron beams.
An essay was written for Supra.Systems, a book by Supra Systems Studio. Supra Systems Studio is a research machine from the Design School, London College of Communication, UAL.
The book and the essay are attached to this post. This essay is on page 91 of the book.