This site has not been updated since late 2009.
It will be updated in 2013.
Meanwhile see camputer.org and pad.ma
A project on the port in Sharjah, from where a number of boats are going to Somalia
A ride through a "post-industrial" landscape
Two unrealised projects
The Last Message from Toblino, Manifesta7
A new platform for art, research, and collaborations. 2007-
an ongoing project on electricity and the urban, 2007-
Everything is Contestable
In which we experience some divisions of power, Singapore
Redoubt: the Old Therapeutic Institution
Electrical recovery, therapy and monitoring, Tanglin
City of Glass: Sideways
Architectural modernism presents
glass as a great equalizer between the private and the public... democracy!
Now, through a window in the IT-city, you can watch a network 'leak' out
of the corner of your eye. COLAB, Bangalore.
Park View Hotel
In which park people peek and poke at a hotel, in downtown
Changes of State
In which we find hidden, marquee or glamorous states
Glow Positioning System
A crank-driven landscape.
Interior Design, New York
In which a room changes from a camera
box into a projection room, and back.
The Savant Guard
sun-tracker Tx and booth Rx. Pasadena 2004-
Interior Design, Mumbai
In which the outside is seen in parts
Interior Design, Los Angeles
In which the sun enters a room
A pixel screen for you
Blue Yucca Ridge
A proposal for a monument to nuclear
PAD.MA is now online
short bio / intro
PAD.MA, a video archiving project we have been working on with friends and partners, is now online. This is the beginning: there are right now some...
In recent work I have been exploring the intersection of
spaces of living, and technologies being embedded within them. The technologies
themselves range from imaging and distribution systems to transport and other infrastructures.
I am interested in the thresholds of visibility, distance, administration and doubt that we
The projects themselves are an adulterous mix
of software-based art, conceptual practices, telematics,
early and pre-cinema, site-based performance, and architecture. With this
approach I try to bring, often with others, a broad range of thinking: new
and old ideas, as well as low-, hi- and no-tech, to "new media "
conceptions of virtuality, networks and participation.