Practice Based Research II 

The main focus of my art practice and research has moved outside of the realm of body-technology dynamics when I address issues of the participant’s body in relation to social relationships and landscapes within architectonic schemes – the systems and spaces that surround artworks and the locations where they are created. I study changing notions of interactivity when I observe audience participants who demonstrate highly differential levels of commitment with artworks.

 

In a current project, titled Sounds From the Biome, I employ field recordings, my drawing practice and digital media to reflect on contemporary environmental issues and identity. I explore themes around wilderness, and embodiment in landscape while identifying the ways in which artworks expand beyond their original architectonic structures. 

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