top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top MAGIC FOREST

Magic forest first shown in the Science Museum London. then shown in the design Museum Zurich, and the Natural History Museum, Rotterdam. The work reflects the changing developing brain. Developed with help from Richard Wingate, Kings College, London.

top DISPERSE PLAN

Disperse was made for an exhibition called Hygiene at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London.
The work comprises of 162 slides made from manipulated photographs and lasts about 20 mins. The work deals with the disposal of the body at death.