David is an installation artist who has spent many years training and working as an artist, educator and project manager. In his studio practice he is interested in the dialogues between art and science. Impermanence and uncertainty are central to his work, and he frequently build the installations out of fragile materials such as quartz dust and or/books. He deliberately use the impermanency of the unfixed dust, and it’s potential to be damaged, in order to frame the work as a process rather than a discrete object. His work is becoming increasingly intangible, and he is currently experimenting with interactive and virtual technology.
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