I make art to tell hidden stories relating to ideas, systems and data and how these can be structured, combined, translated, and communicated.
Between Earth & Air - Commission for History of Science Museum, University of Oxford.
accident of birth | Stars the cause - Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
“Beneath the Surface” - Wytham Woods, University of Oxford
Digital Artwork: “and stop and look” - award winning map of Oxford
“Library of Things” - Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford
Snow (click for photography portfolio)
"this is me (sometimes)" - selected for “I Matter” touring exhibition
Sketch Prototype of The Workings of the Heart: work in progress
(Un)covered - Daisy J. Hung: photography commission
Letterpress - Data Visualisation
This artwork, created in response to the Bodleian Library’s exhibition Melancholy: A New Anatomy, is inspired by Robert Burton’s interest in astrology. In The Anatomy of Melancholy, Burton writes that “a physician without the knowledge of stars can neither understand the cause or cure of any disease”.
Today, astrology is held in opposition to science and evidence-based approaches. Nonetheless, it intrigues me - a system built upon scientific observation, geometry, and mathematics, which aims to make sense of human lives.