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BREXIT CUBE

I had a promotional branded Rubik‚Äôs Cube lying around, which I picked up, I think, at #pydata. Having lived through the original craze in the 80s, the object has an enduring resonance. It struck me…

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Pan’s Opticon

I’ve been tinkering with Unity as a tool for film-making. I am amazed at the power of realtime gaming systems to generate filmic imagery. This experiment takes the opening paragraphs of War of the Worlds…

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IN VITRO

MRI technology reveals the unseeable – a non-invasive method for exploring the very nature of the self. Advances in technology mean that each year we are able to reveal more and more detail. This series…

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A Moral Compass (2011)

This latest work is a triptych of paintings inspired by the works of Cranach the Elder, a German Renaissance painter whose naive figurative stylings I find particularly appealing. His preoccupation with mythological and religious imagery…

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Gordon Moore (2010)

We live in an electronic age, where the microprocessor is ubiquitous. So pervasive is the use of integrated circuitry, that we have become indifferent to the phenomenal computational power surrounding us, and hence blithe to…

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The Fortune Cats (2009)

It’s been rather quiet at shardcore.org recently, because of my involvement in Brighton’s White Night art festival. My long-time collaborator Sam Hewitt and I were commissioned by Brighton & Hove council to create a secret…

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The year in review, 2006

There have been twenty nine aesthetic experiments completed since January, mainly, though not exclusively, in the medium of painting. As is to be expected of the experimental method, some have been more successful than others.…

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Hexahedron #1 (2006)

Multi-layered cube – digitally printed acetate, acrylic paint 100mm x 100mm x 100mm “To what extent can truth endure incorporation? That is the question; that is the experiment” – Nietzsche An executive toy for the…