in Artificial Life 21 (3): 307–312 (Summer 2015)
in Digital Humanities Quarterly 9(1) (2015). This paper updates and expands my previous writing on generous interfaces
In Scan 10(2) (2013), "The In/Visibilities of Code"
This paper makes the case for the limitations of search, and proposes instead the concept of “generous interfaces” for digital collections
in Throughout, ed Ulrik Ekman, MIT Press 2012
with Alan Dorin, Jonathan McCabe, Jon McCormack and Gordon Monro; in Digital Creativity 23 (2012).
with Ben Ennis Butler and Sam Hinton, presented at ACUADS 2011
A multi-touch interactive for the National Archives, in collaboration with Lightwell.
A generative fabrication project in recycled laser-cut cardboard.
Presented at the Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference, Artspace, November 2010
A short essay on craft, making and digital fabrication for Craft Australia's eNews 54
with Sam Hinton; presented at EVA 2010
in Archives and Manuscripts 37
A catalogue essay on the work of HC Gilje, commissioned for his 2009 solo exhibition Blink at the Hordaland Art Centre
Self-constraining growth forms robot-plotted onto paper islands.
A research project on the visualisation of archival collections, supported by the National Archives of Australia.
Slit-scanning the streetscape, revealing patterns of change and stasis in human and environmental activity.
Generative experiments with self-limiting growth.
Visualising change in the environment, using long image time-series.
in Fibreculture 11
Catalog essay for Brogan Bunt's Halfeti: Only Fish Shall Visit (2002)