June 17, 2016
Here’s some pics of Tangerine Dream playing live last week in Poland. A lot of my visuals and animation were used. The concert was a tribute to the late Edgar Froese. They are also planning a new tour and album, and I’m thrilled to be providing more of my work for their performances.
photos by Grant Wakefield and Andreas Fink
August 6, 2015
My animation, Particle Man, has been nominated for The Lumen Prize. There is a public vote in the online gallery. You can vote there, and need to register first.
If you have the time, and like my work, your vote would be very much appreciated!
August 3, 2015
I love it when people can describe my work better than I can..
A constantly evolving play of references between human and cybernetic, with the most intricate and genius 2.0 creative craftsmanship: “Particle Man”
“Particle Man”. Immersive spaces, 3D digital sculptures created in the image and likeness of mathematical and scientific models. A manic 2.0 craftsmanship, made of studies in Newtonian physics to investigate forces, accelerations and the mass of individual particles of matter – narrated and created via software. They are intended to create a human head, including deviations, escapes, sudden drifts, where the final result is never certain. “Emergent art” as the Irishman Glenn Marshall calls it. He boasts a high level prize list for its activities in computer animation and motion graphics, as well as the outstanding achievement of having been able to work closely with Peter Gabriel. His works, available on his Vimeo profile, exceeded the million views mark.
Particle Man will be showing at roBOt08, Italy – visit the page here-
February 27, 2015
Just some news on the funding I got recently..
“Major Awards for Three of NI’s most Celebrated Artists.
A pianist, fiddle player and an experimental computer artist have all been presented with Major Individual Awards from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, the highest honour bestowed by the development agency.”
Read full article here..
November 14, 2014
I am now ‘Submath’ – my new alias as an artist, with a new website www.submath.com
It’s under construction, but will soon feature new work based on my new processes with the Python programming language inside Cinema 4D.
This is where I’ll be continuing my work – so please visit / bookmark that site from now on – as I’ll probably not be posting to this page anymore.
(some more quick examples of Python & Cinema 4D)