Recent tranSTURM works

I have been contributing to art collective tranSTURM works for the Sydney Fringe Festival 2019 as well as Vivid Ideas Chatswood 2019. Currently LICHT_redux is on at SFF2019 for the next few days at Bay 43 The Rocks (Sept 5-8). Find the work in the SFF2019 Guide on p.93! The previous work with tranSTURM for Vivid Ideas in Chatswood, Lichtrythmus .05, has been documented on the tranSTURM website.


As I do not usually toot my horn over a work that is yet to be delivered, I’m not going to say much, but there will be a tranSTURM work dropping in late May for Vivid Ideas in Chatswood. The work will be a part of the Future Abstract exhibition. I might share some stills and all that once the job is sorted 🙂

New Website!

Gosh it’s been a while since I gave it some effort, and with some techincal issues the site was out of action for a few days too – so I hope that the new site is a reasonable change…there are still some additions to be made, but I will be staggering out the work over time, as the main reason I’ve not attended to this for a while is that


An exploration of the contrast between appliqué and bricolage in creation of Khayamiya, Pomegranate focuses on a common pattern within the form, repeating within 8 geometric sections. 5mins, 2017 The work considers the contrast between weaving and sewing as creative activities: Pomegranate attempts to return the khayamiya to a point of origin, artificially reuniting artifact with raw materials. As most of these craft items are not considered high art, there

Marylka Project

The Marylka Project documents the fortunate escape of Maria Kamm and her family from Poland during the leadup to the Holocaust. Maria and her family were saved by a transit visa to Japan received from Chihune Sugihara, vice-consul of the Japanese Consulate in Kaunas. The story of Chihune Sugihara and the lives he saved by issuing transit visas is under-reported; and it is estimated that he saved almost 6,000 lives.