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The idea that everything is interconnected in some way can be found in Polynesian philosophy, quantum science, complexity and chaos theory, post-structural notions, a view of life from a bacterial perspective and in network theories. This forms a growing list of knowledge, one that stretches across cultures and disciplines.

Due to the great work of the team in Plymouth particularly Mike Phillips and Stavros Didakis, the pieces were cut and installed in Plymouth, taking 5.7 tonnes of CO2 emissions from the cost of participating.


Arboretum Rhizomatic Polynesia at Balance-Unbalance 2017, exhibited at The Eden Project

Higgs boson confirmation world premier at Sound + environment University of Hull


Three Light plants selected for Home Work, curated by Darcy Nicholas, Chanelle Carrick and Aimee Burbery

Kanohi kitea can have two meanings - a face that sees with eyes or a face that is seen often in the words of Charissa Warea


Kauri flow measured live nutrient flow in a deceased kauri and young saplings, creating an ode to the diseased tree

What happens when rotational symmetry is applied to a photo of a tree, in a Fibonacci series?

Wavelengths at 685, 533 and 473 nanometers measures light at the red and blue ends of the spectrum, used by plants in photosynthesis

The Park Speaks used live data from Pukekura Park - a collaboration with Julian Priest, Andrew Hornblow and Adrian Soundy

In Parallel universes light could be experienced through the use of LEDs, mirrors or transparent fluoro pink perspex

The River Speaks utilised live data from the Waiwhakaiho River, opening a dialogue with indigenous peoples regarding water and the environment

Haiku robots generated words live letter by letter, with software authoring by Julian Priest and electronics by Andrew Hornblow

Kaon_sun_rumble uses a kaon decay data image and a soundtrack that converted images to audio

Curved picture space sought to combine the curvature of space-time with chaotic flow


Curatorial project - Wai opened with Tomo whakari a dawn ceremony - under the guidance of Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, a Navajo component was incorporated

Leistavia is a hybrid cultural internet micronation that became a framework for engaging with political, economic, social, historic and personal identity issues

Pattern and branching are explored in the Human-Nature series of images taken on Norfolk Island

An image from the multitudinous Hybrid cultures, nonlinearity and creative practice, my Masters study

20,000 feet provides a unique context for cloud and atmosphere study