Talking about the fascinations that drive my practice and demonstrating some of the mechanical, electronic and software elements I use in my work. Materials from this talk can be found via my blog.
Continuing with LEGO Technic musical work, I will be presenting a kinetic participatory piece that allows the audience to playfully engage with rhythm, activating counter-rhythms in improvisation. Running until the 24th June.
LEGO builds at 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 downstairs in the museum demonstrating the principles at play in a clock and how to build your own at home. The clock will also be exhibited at the museum for the week leading up to this presentation, from the 13th to the 16th March.
Exploring mechanical music machines and clockwork on the BEAM open day.
LEGO clock installed at M.A.D. which features a wide-range of kinetic work from artists including Nik Ramage and Robert Moore.
A rapid run-down of my clock build at the Game On! night between musical comedian and geek songstress Helen Arney, stand-up mathematician and maths writer for Guardian and Telegraph Matt Parker and Blue Peter scientist and comedian Steve Mould.
Exhibiting recent LEGO pieces including Missing Link, Music of the Gears, Clunky Drummerand clock-building workshops from 8th February to 12th February.