Head in the Cloud, 2017, wants to be a symbolic interpretation of a cloud archive that can be ‘worn’. The action of walking into it and/or lying down to observe the collection of memories invites the viewer to experience time and memories in a playful way. The light effect wants to draw attention to bringing memories alight and evocating the moments when memories surface.
Blossoming Brains, 2016, the beauty of the ugly grey matter seen from a floral perspective, is expressed in this video installation. Inspired by the leaf pattern in hydrangeas so close to the convolutions of the brain. These images won the Neuro Bureau abstract art completion in 2017 and in 2018.