Lymph, a work created specifically in response to the theme of the STATE Festival 2016, addresses the nature-culture dichotomy within the broader context and field of affective sciences.Read More
Molding the signifier is a time-based, hybrid, bio-cybernetic installation deploying an external biological agent to infiltrate and disrupt the body-mind ecosystems of virtual humans, resulting in states that we regular humans could perceive as mental illness.
In a mashup of dialogue from the two movies, a new context for the electronic protagonists' words is created.Read More
This installation creates awareness of even the most subtle movements of the face, and a space for interaction purely based on facial expressions.Read More
Emotion Hero is an Android game that encourages one to investigate how face and feelings are represented by the software.Read More
An artwork in two parts, looking at computational emotion classification and categorisation.
pplkpr is an art project created by Lauren McCarthy and Kyle McDonald to explore the implications of quantified relationships for living.Read More
In the installation’s display of images, documentation and the background materials of the artist’s research, scientific language blends with fictional imaginations.Read More
Topography of Tears is a study and series of more than one hundred human tears photographed through an optical microscope, comprising a wide range of the artist’s own and others’ tears, causes and emotional states: from elation to onion, sorrow, frustration to rejection, resolution to laughter.Read More