Using kinetic sculpture, photography and sound this project explores the idea of a parallel universe within the everyday. Combining analogue technology with materials such as plastic, polystyrene, re used domestic fans and magnets, the installation invites participation and reveals process emphasising the everyday. Projections become animated through the use of magnets and motors and the movement of people through the space. The work draws inspiration from a proposition in quantum physics ‘if you stay where you are you might run into yourself’: which I think through in how I use the materials.

 installation view, 2018 - speaker, clear film, video projection (background) kinetic sculpture object foreground

installation view, 2018 - speaker, clear film, video projection (background) kinetic sculpture object foreground

 kinetic sculpture - LED light, motor, re used domestic fan, cd, magnets, polystyrene; 160 x 60cms diameter

kinetic sculpture - LED light, motor, re used domestic fan, cd, magnets, polystyrene; 160 x 60cms diameter

This is an installation view showing how bass vibrations, composed from sounds of a science experiment, create movement as live feed of a kinetic sculpture animates film reverberating while in contact with the speaker.