" 'I communicate, therefore I am' is the defining affirmation of contemporary existence.” MOMA
How do you design nothing? Being Undetectable is the creation, and exploration, of a completely removed, private enclosure, situated within a public space. Upon entering, the occupant's entire perceptual landscape is limited to themselves. The booth itself, is a black, rubber-clad cube, with half metre thick, metal-lined, walls and door. It is designed to prevent acoustic transmission and all forms of digital communication.
School of Design
MA Design Interactions, 2016
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I am interested in creating and shaping human interactions through interactive installations and experiences. I try to distill complex ideas and problems to make them broad and engageable, open to interpretation and have an accessible intellectual entry point. I believe that the viewer/interactor should be empowered to respond themselves and only be loosely guided by the interaction.
My main subject of interest is human communication. I have been exploring the current and future implications of technological influence on how we communicate and how we perceive communication.
- Foundation in Art and Design, Camberwell College of Arts, 2010; BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Camberwell College of Arts, 2014
- ReachOutRCA Workshop Leader, Royal College of Art, 2015 – 2016
- Room For Alternative at Changing Minds, Southbank Centre, London, 2016; Work In Progress Show, Royal College of Art, 2016; What's In Tour?, Shuffle Festival, London, 2015; Work In Progress Show, Royal College of Art, 2015; Eye Contact, Window Display at the Wellcome Collection, London, 2014–15; Winter Shuffle Festival, St Clement's Hospital, London, 2013; Most Likely: Graphic Design Degree Show, Camberwell College of the Arts, London, 2013; On Our Side, Boulevard No. 6, Galerie Oh! Plat, Strasbourg, 2012
- Wellcome Trust Window Display Commission Winner, 2014–2015