At the end of 2006 I exhibited a series of photographs at The Parking Gallery in Johannesburg. It was entitled Simulation and consisted of approximately 1000 photographs of "people" or rather NPC's (non-playable characters) I killed in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In 2007 I exhibited the same work in a different format at David Krut Projects as part of a group show called Digital Surrogates. At the end of 2008 I had a solo show at blankprojects in Cape Town titled Point Blank, that consisted of an expanded version of this work entitled Simulation: Re:Load and large, abstract prints of character blood.
The next step was this blog Telling Death. I called for audience participation - how do YOU think these characters died? What is their story?
I stumbled across an awesome little app called IOGraphica. It maps your mouse movements and translates them into an image. Because I was interested in seeing a visual representation of my work habits throughout the day, I kept a record and posted them up in a blog.
Planet Fitness Journey
I was recently fortunate enough to be nominated as a Planet Fitness ambassador. This blog details the start of my fitness journey.