• Artist in Residence brief Artist in Residence brief

    based on “The Biology of Transcendence” by Joseph Chilton Pearce

  • Anahata Torus Anahata Torus

    Two part sculpture at Donaldon Courtyard, Kimbolton, UK (March – July 2012)

  • Anahata Torus Anahata Torus

    MDF, copper, mirrored plastic, Turkish Delight (detail)

  • Anahata Torus Anahata Torus

    MDF, copper, mirrored plastic, chocolate, wax (112cm x 40cm)

  • Anahata Torus Anahata Torus

    MDF, copper, mirrored plastic, chocolate, wax (detail)

  • Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Rūmī (1207-1273) Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Rūmī (1207-1273)
  • Michaels Truss    Wood and Wax (76cm  x 168cm) Michaels Truss Wood and Wax (76cm  x 168cm)

    Made for the Hostry Festival 2011 at Norwich Cathedral

    Now on permanent display at Mangreen Trust, Norfolk, UK

  • Ascending and Descending Triangles 2011 Ascending and Descending Triangles 2011

    On permanent display at St Justus Church, Rochester, UK

    Wood and Wax (76 x 168cm)

  • Double Bend (2010) Double Bend (2010)

    The curves of the wood alter with climate changes and rainfall, eventually breaking down in the landscape

  • Double Bend (2010) Double Bend (2010)

    Wood (12m diameter x 1m high) Created for Kimbolton School, UK

  • Double Bend (2010) Double Bend (2010)

    Generated from the root patterns of Kimbolton’s Wellingtonia trees combined with studies of water patterns

  • Sugar Accumulation (2008) Sugar Accumulation (2008)

    Boiled Sugar (1m x 0.2m) Guerilla installation in Central Park, NYC

  • Sugar Accumulation (2008) detail Sugar Accumulation (2008) detail

    Boiled sugar temporarily built into the crevice of a Rowan Tree. Broken down by insects and rain a few days after installation

  • Flow (2006) Flow (2006)

    At a private residence in Vermont, USA

  • Flow (2006) detail Flow (2006) detail

    11 sections of steamed Cherry wood (dimensions variable)

  • Flow (2006) Flow (2006)

    Bequeathed to the Thouron Family in 2009

  • Waterbottle Falls (2007) Waterbottle Falls (2007)

    Recycled plastic water bottles, steel cable (5m x 0.3m)

  • Waterbottle Falls (2007) detail Waterbottle Falls (2007) detail

    At The Fairmount Waterworks Interpretive Centre, Philadelphia USA.

  • Waterbottle Falls (2007) detail Waterbottle Falls (2007) detail
  • E-bloc (2003) E-bloc (2003)

    Steel, aluminuim, customized pump and irrigation system, water. (3m x 3m x 0.5m)

  • E-bloc (2003) detail E-bloc (2003) detail

    Water courses across corrugated steel and collects in a channel at the base of the structure

  • E-bloc (2003) detail E-bloc (2003) detail

    Installed at The Gallery, Chelsea School of Art, London

  • Skin-ply (2003) Skin-ply (2003)

    Plywood, timber, customized glass vessels and valves, aluminum channel, water, beeswax (5m x 3m x 2m)

  • Skin-ply (2003) detail Skin-ply (2003) detail

    Tiny beads of water collect on the surface of the sloping panels, emerging from glass vessels concealed in the ceiling.

  • Skin-ply (2003) Skin-ply (2003)

    Corridor Installation at Chelsea School of Art, London

  • Sealed Flow (2004) Sealed Flow (2004)

    Steel, aluminum, 3-ply polycarbonate sheet, customized pump and irrigation system, water (6m x 2m x 3m)

  • Sealed Flow (2004) detail Sealed Flow (2004) detail

    Water drips inside the polycarbonate sheet activating a liminal space between its membranes

  • Sealed Flow (2004) detail Sealed Flow (2004) detail

    A walk-through installation at the Royal Festival Hall, London to commemorate redevelopment of The South Bank Centre

  • Taped & Sealed Flow (2004) Taped & Sealed Flow (2004)

    In collaboration with Dot Howard who created a series of performances throughout The Royal Festival Hall, London