Black Gold at Bio-Fiction Film Festival

Black Gold will be screened at the Bio-Fiction film festival starting at the Natural History Museum Vienna October 23-25. It will then move to Ars Electronica and several other international locations. Black Gold questions those behind technological innovation through an animation and a series of objects. Project in collaboration with Frank Kolkman. For more on •Read more•

Playground Politics at Science of Fiction Conference

Playground Politics will be part of the exhibition at the Science of Fiction- Rilao Project Conference taking place in Los Angles USA 10/24-26. The project questions the lengths political parties go to influence future voters suggesting they may one day commission playground to instill their beliefs in children.   For more on the event visit http://5dinstitute.org/events/science-of-fiction-2014   Rendering for •Read more•

Playground Politics

How far will political parties go to secure future voters? Politics inevitably become integrated into everything that gets materialized whether it seems apparent or not. From government funding to private initiates, political views and ideals influence how, where, and why things get made. The United States’ “I’m right you’re wrong” mentality of bipartisan politics provides a •Read more•

London Design Festival: Buy, Buy, Buy, Put It Down

I will be showing/selling a new piece Baby-G an anti-gravity suit for toddlers at this year’s London Design Festival. Project made in collaboration with Mariah Wright. On the 12th of September, art and design collective Studio Tutti Frutti opens a door into parallel realities, alternative histories, and improbable futures designed by current and former students of the •Read more•

Humane Caviar Extraction Super Yacht

The beluga sturgeon is being hunted to extinction for its roe which is used to create the world’s finest and most expensive caviar. With the population declining due to overfishing and pollution from oil drilling and other human impacts, fishermen are increasingly catching the sturgeon illegally in order to take advantage of the £6,000 per •Read more•

Illegal Rhino Horn Growing Apparatus

The African black rhino is being hunted to extinction for its horn which is said to possess special remedies in traditional eastern medicine. While these claims have no scientific backing the demand for the horn continues to rise as it becomes incorporated into new asian markets and products. In an attempt to save the species, •Read more•

Atlas of the Habitual

Atlas of the Habitual is about hyper-digitizing an individual’s life to question what if any value can be attributed to the generation of personal data. Through the production of categorized maps ranging from the mundane to the momentous, the atlas depicts a complex self portrait that spans an excess of 2,000 miles in one single •Read more•

Recognition

QR codes have introduced an auxiliary interface for our interaction with our environment. They demand a level of requirements and literacy granting only a select group of people access to their concealed messages. Their stark appearance stands out from the aesthetics of what they accompany whether it be an advertisement or other notice. It is •Read more•

CELL-RACR

Everyone wants the fastest phone. The one that allows them to access more without waiting for the phone to catch up. Handset companies and carriers endlessly one-up each other claiming that they indeed have the fastest phone. But they never tell you how fast the physical phone actually is. CELL-RACR is a game where players •Read more•

Jste Tady

Jste Tady (yes-tay tah-de) is both the culmination and record of my experience in Prague, Czech Republic, over the course of 16 weeks in 2009. The phrase jste tady is Czech for “You are here.” To illustrate the process of adapting to life in a new environment, I recorded my everyday movements and developing routine •Read more•