A collaborative research project studying the connection between public engagement in art galleries and enactive cognition.
Created in collaboration with Environment Lethbridge and an exhibition designed by Tyler Stewart at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. The exhibition allows people to explore Lethbridge's historical and current relationship with water, parks, wildlife, waste, energy, and food, as well as how we might think about these spaces in the future.
Produced in collaboration with Environment Lethbridge, WasteLess makes the case for waste reduction in Lethbridge. Visitors to the site are able to learn about Lethbridge’s current status as one of the most wasteful communities in Canada.
A 61-year look at temperature trends across the province of Alberta.
Master's Thesis research project
The Fall Rye League data visualization is a new media artwork created during an artist residency at the Disruptive Imaginings Data Visualization Lab in Spring 2015. Incorporating interactive paint, a micro-controller, and lights, the multimedia project presents the statistical champion of Crop Geneticist and Breeder Jamie Larsen’s Fall Rye 2013 – 2014 Cooperative study through a touchable cork interface.
An interdisciplinary research project documenting luminary artists working in the intersection of traditional artistic practice and emerging technologies.
Exploring the meaning of resiliency in relation to science, the arts, and citizenship.
Website for a multi-disciplinary research group documenting research and serving as an online repository of resources.
A study of western graphic design history, visualized through a timeline and posters.