I’ve got a piece down at the Gertrude Projection Festival this week which ends on Sunday 31st July. Together with my studio mate Tara Cook we installed ourselves in an empty store room next to Dean’s Art on Gertrude street. Thanks to both Dean’s Art and the Gertrude Association for allowing us to participate with not a great deal of notice. The people at Dean’s Art were particularly accommodating, although their shop closes at 5:30pm and once they are closed there’s nothing to do if your installation accidentally crashes. Which mine hasn’t, so far. It’s running a fluid animation of pollen particles, similar to my previous work Pollen Soup (screen shot above of the software, which runs in real-time).
Here’s a photo of the installation on Gertrude Street: