Kinetic Sculptures

You can't judge me 2019

You can't judge me 2019

You can't judge me 2019

You can't judge me 2019

You can't judge me 2019

You can't judge me 2019

Leeuwin Rhythm 2017

Leeuwin Rhythm 2017

Leeuwin Rhythm 2017

Leeuwin Rhythm 2017

commodity cow 2016

commodity cow 2016

commodity cow 2016

commodity cow 2016

Fading 2015

Fading 2015

This work uses metronomes as a metaphor for the aging body. As the decades pass, the form slowly wastes and collapses, the central beat becomes becomes weaker and more rapid, and energy fades until frailty and failure are the final resting place

Fading 2015

Fading 2015

Fading 2015

Fading 2015

What's the Rush (2015)

What's the Rush (2015)

Well it is commonly called shore rush, or Juncus Kraussii. It is important to the health of the river, as it stabilizes the river banks, filters nutrients and assists microbes in the soil. We can change rhythm, timing and beats with a metronome, slow things down or speed things up. Are we acting quickly enough to maintain the health of our river. What’s the rush?

What's the Rush

What's the Rush

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014

Getting air was a response to renewable energy and future generations. This wind powered kinetic sculpture, also uses solar energy to light up the sculpture at night. Workshops involving youths aged 10-14, were instrumental in creating the skate deck designs.

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014

Getting Air - 2014