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Sticky Settings Preview at UTS
private preview of immersive installation presenting animation and sound work in progress from "Sticky Settings" collaboration
Baroque Bodies (Ambient Portals)
3D animations with molecular models and AI-generated images, accompanied by sonifications of scientific visualizations
Baroque Bodies (Configurations)
animations, soundscapes, and prints created with computational simulation and AI images generated from scientific texts
Syndemic Sublime in "Currents" at Center For Contemporary Arts
data-driven molecular animations using COVID data featured in new media art exhibition
generative 3D animations using COVID death data to disrupt amino acid residues on intertwined human and non-human proteins
Disentanglement and Doilies in "Triënnale Brugge: TraumA" at Musea Brugge
site-specific intervention commissioned for Bruges Triennial with animations and sculptures exploring theme of “trauma”
Unraveling at BioBAT Art Space
BioBAT, immersive installation exploring remote intimacy & hidden materialities during the pandemic
Unraveling and Renatured
animations and prints created with molecular models of the coronavirus spike protein
Sit Around and Wait
neon sign exploring uncertainty and anticipation with quote from scientist waiting for laboratory experiment
entryway with hand-spun laboratory llama fiber and text excerpt using immigration metaphor to explain biology
participatory sculpture with computer generated animation and text
installation with photography and sculpture made in collaboration with Ariana Page Russell at Magnan Metz Gallery
collages made from hand-cut pieces of pseudoscientific magazine ads
videos that remix the scifi film “The Wasp Woman“ to explore notions of the mad scientist and unnatural transformation
website with live generative text animation using adspeak language culled from real beauty products
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