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Orbital Bloom is data-driven and place-based media that engages occcupants in the sustainability of buildings, homes, and cities.
'Bath Motes: Liquid Architecture for Pain Relief tells the story of a bather seeking self-care and relief from symptoms associated with fibromyalgia and PTSD through biosensing motes that turn her bath into responsive digital media. 'Bath motes' is an imaginary platform that uses small microprocessing units to capture health and biological data about the bather, which then feeds back into a personalised guided meditation. It fantasises and lampoons intimate nestings with digital media.
I have gravitated away from a studio practice, but this is a collection of work from before 2020. At that time, I was interested in how classical Western approaches to painting, including landscape and portraiture, are embedded in current digital media scapes.
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