6th June - 31st July 2011: Exhibited in the "Small Society Lab" at the Visual Research Centre, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland. 6th - 30th September 2011: Solo exhibition at Foyer Gallery, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia as part of the IMPACT Conference and the Australian Print Council's "Month of Print". These interactive prints articulate experiences after the birth of my son. They take the viewer on a journey through the first sleep deprived months of fog and confusion to the clarity and confidence, which evolve as one comes to terms with their new situation. Ever conscious of those who have warned that I should treasure every moment because the “time goes so quickly” this work is about moments. Not specific moments, which are attached to individual memories and often captured in photography, but rather universal yet intimate moments, identified by many new parents. Each artwork is a handmade print which has been augmented with media content that can be delivered to your mobile phone.
Curated Exhibition & Symposium: Hannah Maclure Centre, Abertay University, 29th Feb - 2nd May 2008. By tagging the urban space using data systems and wireless technologies we can create and explore representations of the urban environment in order to experience a place like never before. Invisible complex data, once visualised, can uncover new ways of thinking about, interacting with or discovering our urban surroundings.
Solo Exhibition: Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Gallery, 12th March – 8th May 2005. This is a collection of embossings and screenprints produced from photographic and digital sources that have very tactile qualities. They are an articulation of how migration, communication and technology influence our interpretation of the world around us and give rise to new vernaculars. Based on the ceiling and fireplace designs of the artist’s family home in Sydney, which was built around 1902 in the uniquely Australian Federation Style, the artworks are a homage to the many unknown and unrecognised designers, artisans and architects whose work in the early 1900s shaped domestic life in Australia.