Each plant has specific needs and wants due to their diverse backgrounds coming from ecosystems across the world. When they are planted next to each other they form a motley crew, a diverse community.
Embedded into the soil and plants sensors are measuring the wellbeing of each plant, and a system was developed to translate these measurements into a soundscape over a 16-channel sound system allowing the plants to communicate with the visitors.
I collaborated for the London Design Festival with the Design Museums, Designers in Residence. For this, I helped them create the installation and made a surround sound piece in collaboration with their moving image pieces and the overall theme of the installation.
The designers in residence present an immersive cosmic capsule that invites you to delve into the connections of the cosmos. This unique film installation and soundscape will take visitors on a journey through the stars to explore the miracle of childbirth, the possibilities of our food systems, the creation of wonder materials and the otherworldly landscape of Chile’s Atacama Desert.
This display is part of London Design Festival 2019.
MY DAD’S NAME WAS HUW. HE WAS AN ALCOHOLIC POET.
An intimate and insightful documentary short unravelling the state of mind of my late alcoholic father through the poems he left behind.
RCA Graduate Film 2019
BAFTA Shortlisted 2020
Winner of Passion Animation Prize 2019
Winner of LIAF Audience Award Animated Documentaries 2019
Directed and animated by Freddie Griffiths
Poems by Huw Griffiths
Voice by Owen Teale
Sound Design by Barney Kass
Assistance by Alicia Wengler, Corey McAllen, Rafael Hara, Joumana Issmaiel, Yitong Wang
TEXTURE OF LIGHT
Texture Of Light is a sentient surface, the sound of the visitors in the space control the light. This feedback system creates a collaboration between people and space.
Shown in Hockney Gallery South Kensigton SG1