Through collecting and reassembling mobile phones, a new system is created that dissects our everyday communication habits and subtly unravels the tensions and anxiety brought about by the emergence of constant connection. A new long distance relationship.
Isaiah’s Prophecy is a muliti-user/group installation that celebrates the inherent timelessness of collective sound generation. Utilising a repurposed car body, the installation permits the carved physical prayers to act as a framework for a participatory, audience led experience. Evoking a post-apocalyptic sensibility, the unpredictability of the work suggests the potential of a communal music machine.
image: Ronch Willner
The Domain Lifestyle is an interactive new media installation created as a stand-alone router with associated captive portal to eleven satirical websites. Intended to visualise relatively unseen components of the internet user interface as well as reflect upon the contemporary Australian real-estate marketing and property ownership anxieties.
A seditious version of Yoko Ono’s telephone piece, Press Hash connects participants to a teleprompter system that narrates ‘a choose your own adventure’ by providing prompts to personal responses. Press Hash tests the boundaries of aesthetic human exchange and questions the value of the absence of face-to-face communication.
Image: Daniela Rodriguez