New Babylon
Dual channel video work (4 mins 25 secs). 3D printed data rocks, spray paint, metal rods, acrylic. Aluminium C-type prints.
Exhibition Arcade East, 2019

Collaboration with Artist Lucy Hutchinson
Music Composition by: Aubrey Jackson-Blake

Commissioned by London College of Fashion, UAL as part of their Designer in Residence and exhibited for London Design Festival in 2019.

New Babylon investigates how digital healthcare data is collected, refined and commodified.

Developing a range of works which contrasts the processes employed by the mining industry and how the body is mined for data. From 3D printed rocks composed of personalised health data, a video and sound work of  ‘cut-up’ research into data and healthcare, found footage and CGI animation. Which explores the mining of the body and the commodification of healthcare via contemporary health apps. Alongside aluminium prints mimicking traditional imagery of geographical mining sites and rock samples, using CT scans and microscopic imagery of the body as sites for extraction.