Best Friends Forever “BFF” was chosen by the 2019 Queensland Regional Art Award (QRAA) judges and curator to tour in the 2020-2021 Flying Arts annual exhibition, State of Diversity.
To signify the close bond between Ruby and I, samples of our bacterial DNA were placed side by side and encouraged to mutate into a single biological entity.
When two separate species depend on each other and act collaborative even when they can generally live independently.
Going where no dog and human have gone before. A trans-species collaborative eye-tracking project that explores how we both navigate life and interact as a team.
This collaborative drawing using Ruby's eyetracking data is the first ever digital drawing between a canine and a human - future creative possibilities abound!
As our eyetracking project is evolving so is the technology. Having this mobility option has opened up new opportunities to test and experiment during our residency.
Test #05 A series of work that explores DSLR, smartphone imaging from a DIY digitally adapted compound microscope. Using combined canine and human bacterial DNA to signify posthuman ways of being.
A test series of work that explores 104mp smartphone imaging from a DIY digitally adapted compound microscope. Signifies a wider more inclusive world than the one dominated by human beings.