THAT’S A WRAP

At the moment I am interested in ‘wrapping’ – and I especially like the ‘bulging’ aesthetic of this installation by the iceberg project. I recently wrote an article which starts to analyse issues of wrapping, dressing and identity in an urban context, using the wrapped works of C+JC as a case study. The article speculates on political, cultural and phenomenological issues surrounding the act of wrapping as an agent for dressing, art-form, animation, concealment + re-birth… Exciting...

ICEBERG RADIO

The incredible space-laser-gun sounds which can be heard here are generated when an ice sheet in a frozen lake contracts and expands. For live iceberg radio...

THE NIGHT WILL LAST FOREVER

http://ekm.works/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/tumblr_l3acu9gytR1qc80zi.mp3 To accompany my last post: here is the song I had on repeat whilst making the image. It appears on this aptly titled...

DISRUPTING THE HORIZON

I’ll kick start this blog with an image from the latest project to enter my 4th year portfolio. The speculative short project [title: disrupting the horizon] examines specific conditions within the unstable topography of deforested areas of Kielder Forest, in an attempt to design a system with the capacity to interact with chaotic [but common] seismic events such as a landslide or a tree becoming uprooted. The interventions in question seek to re-interpret the movement of the dynamic ground in a network of spatiotemporal...