CSM Art & Business Awards 22nd May 2012
Kings X | London
Immateriality seeks to critically engage the public to question the future implications of how we choose to utilise science and technology in the future. Scientists believe that as technology continues to advance, that a new future human will evolve.
Augmented Reality technology blurs the boundaries between the real and the virtual worlds; it superimposes graphics, audio and other sense enhancements over a live view of the world.
“How do we capture memories and how does it influence connectivity?”
Experiences in life are infinite; everyday we are forming memories through the briefest moments of connection, these experiences become our memories, our past, and our identity.
Biolumi is a living organism, which not only illustrates our levels of connectivity, but acts as a physical stimulus, reminding us to re-connect when the level of light emitting is low. By connecting, we are not only nurturing and sustaining our relationships, but also nurturing ourselves.
Bacterium is a living micro-organism, live patterns begin to grow and emerge, triggered by the physical interactions with others. Through time, the patterns become a living document of their growth and development of a relationship.
In collaboration with Ruth Rose from Queen Mary, University of London
Wax refers to a class of chemical compounds that are plastic (malleable) near ambient temperatures. Characteristically, they melt above 45 °C (113 °F) to give a low viscosity liquid. Waxes are insoluble in water but soluble in organic, nonpolar solvents. All waxes are organic compounds, both synthetic and naturally occurring.