A visual diary of the year before everything changed The sun sets on day 28 of lockdown. My small apartment is full of hastily-acquired plants, and I’ve spent an indulgent yet anxious afternoon lying in the sun on the footy oval just behind my building. Bare feet pressed firmly into the soft, lush grass, toes digging down to the damp earth. Hungry for connection. Hoping the cops will leave
The center of the universe has infinite paths of approach is a multimedia installation that uses RFID technology and the mythology of Tarot cards to create an interactive, nonlinear narrative experience. The user takes a seat at a custom-built table and shuffles a deck of seemingly blank cards, choosing 10 cards at random to pass over the table’s hidden RFID reader. Once all cards have been selected, the reading
The Spam Oracle knows you know yourself better than you think you do. A cut-up therapist; a Rorschach robot; a mirror made of junk mail. The Spam Oracle will keep your secrets and question your answers, and may even occasionally make you forget that you’re talking to yourself. Currently offline for some much-needed tech updates!