This page contains older projects. See the main portfolio page for the most recent works.
An exhibition created for ISEA 2014 in Dubai by several members of the IUR.
Video mapped street projection installation reflecting on the many vibrant aspects and history of the city of Caracas, Venezuela.
Video mapped installation by Alex and the participants of his two-day Painting With Light workshop at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Caracas, Venezuela
A series of digital generative artworks exploring a bug in the artists code.
Artists Alex May and Anna Dumitriu spent two weeks engaging with researchers and robots in the University of Hertfordshire’s top-secret ‘robot house’ as part of their ongoing Artist in Resident visiting research fellowship.
A music video featuring live video mapping onto eggs, raw bacon, and Play-Doh.
A carved soapstone and video mapped sculpture.
An abstracted representation of the picturesque town of Conwy in Wales created using video elements shot on location and physical elements including paper boats made by local residents.
A sound and video art portrait of British mathematician Alan Turing, World War 2 code-breaker and inventor of computer as we know it today.
Laser and smoke machine installation creating a two-point perspective illusion to communicate and raise issues around online identity and how it can be compromised.
Antique white work dress, stained with pigmented and genetically modified bacteria, video mapped with stop motion of the bacterial communication taking place.
Robot installation featuring a “face stealing” head that asks whether we would be more accepting of robots in a domestic situation if they looked familiar to the people around them.
A series of generative and audio reactive real-time video installations to create trompe l’oeil illusions of blocks coming out of flat surfaces.
A dance, soundtrack, and generative video performance reinterpreting Yves Klein’s “Monotone Symphony and Anthropometries of the Blue Period” to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Generative video mapped installation representing the scale of the UK civilian and military casualties in World War 1.
Interactive and video mapped pop-art video installation projected onto a white Transit van, in a field somewhere in Norfolk.
An audio/video artwork responding to the artwork of Sally McKay, shown alongside an exhibition of her drawings of dancers in motion.
Video mapped installation for Canon Europe reflecting on their commitment to incorporating recycling within the lifetime of their products.
Using a portable video mapping system designed by Alex, several existing graffiti artworks by Banksy and other artists were digitally augmented in an impromptu and unauthorised live performance.
A large site-specific audio/video installation in the Japanese Garden in Holland Park creating a walk-through retelling of a traditional Kaidan ghost story full of murder, madness, and revenge.
Several statues along Chelsea Embankment in London, including a Rosetti water fountain and a Jacob Epstein, were augmented with video mapping and audio soundtracks to bring them back to life for the thousands of people who pass by them every day.
A series of video mapped installations with evocative soundtracks guided visitors through the ancient woods of Holland Park in London celebrating life, death, and the eventual demise of ego.
An early video art sculpture.
Early video art piece.