Statues Alive was a week long video mapping installation bringing the statues of Chelsea’s south bank alive.
Alex May and Martin A. Smith were commissioned by The Royal Borough Of Kensington And Chelsea to create an interactive video and sound installation for Halloween in the Kyoto Garden of Holland Park, London.
“Out Of White” are a series of projected illusions featuring digital blocks emerging from physical spaces.
Video soundtrack by Martin A. Smith Format: live site-specific video mapped installations onto existing graffiti Size: various Available for exhibition: No
For the opening night of the #HYPERLINK festival on 26th April 2013, Alex May debuted a 75 minute ‘Painting With Light’ live video mapping art performance in the South Tank at Tate Modern, London.
Room 40 is a video mapped installation investigating forms of digital surveillance by reconstructing GCHQ the British government intelligence agency through gathered second hand information with a soundtrack by Martin A. Smith.
Waterlight is an audio and video mapped sculpture commissioned by Watermans Art Centre for their “The River Weekender”, part of the “Totally Thames” Festival.
Flow State is a new interactive digital video sculpture commissioned by the Francis Crick Institute in London.