My current practice is exploring what it means to pause and move. I'm doing this using responsive interactive video and sound installations. The works are based on a simple interaction that is a natural part of being in a space or gallery, e.g. walking around an installation and pausing. Resulting installations are often sensory; and evoke sublime peace but at the same time may be somewhat unsettling.
As a viewer walks into the gallery a sensor picks up the viewer’s movement and captures their position in space. A simple geometrical circle is projected onto the floor of the gallery. As the viewer moves closer to the projection the size of circle changes. When the viewer is still, the circle is in focus; when they move, it becomes blurred.