Biophilic art challenges our perceived separation from the rest of nature. Like biophilic or biomimicry design integrates nature into our cities, biophilic art helps us to presence a connection with our natural selves. By summoning up the senses and sense experience, becoming present in nature, a pause moment is created, which develops into a more discerning emotional awareness of the climate and ecological crisis.
Union of Trades June 2021, with dancer Will Hodson for 2Faced Dance Company, Arts Council England funded Traders tracks program. Filmed at Croft Ambrey and Risbury Iron Age camps. Traders tracks explores pre-Roman trading pathways inspired by Alfred Watkins early 20th Century Postal Club (Ley) Archive held in Hereford Archives and Record Centre. The two Iron Age camps were mapped in June 1921 on Waktin’s first Ley 100 years ago.
‘Uneasy Dreams’, motion capture moving image installation, Manchester Contemporary 2019
‘Mudra’, motion capture moving image installation, Sluice Berlin 2019
‘Presencing’, motion capture moving image installation, 2020;