This exhibition took its title from the latin word, “ad infinitum”, meaning infinity. The concept of infinity has always interested me; something that is endless and without limits. Their seemingly endless repetition, both mesmerising and seductive, compel us to engage and get lost.

Inspired by my passion for words and my love of light, the exhibition showcased a collection of LED, Infinity Lightboxes and my  ‘Talking Type’ series, that played with the meaning of words and their visual representation. Language and typography join forces, to create a powerful visual variation from our usual perception of a word.

I was initially asked to create these works for a group lighting exhibition, ‘Luce’, for Hall & Wilcox in Melbourne. I then went on to design commissions for private clients.

A limited collection was available from select, luxury design stores in Melbourne:

Mondopiero. Fitzroy

The Coolhunter, Prahran

Franque, Toorak

White Night, Melbourne 2019

Nuit Blanche was originally conceived in Paris in 2002 as an all-night Arts Festival, where the public could experience art in all its forms. Museums and galleries, both public and private, opened their doors, for free, for the public to explore. Since then, Nuit Blanche has inspired an international network of White Night events, including Melbourne.

In February, 2019, I was invited by Euroluce, a luxury lighting store in Melbourne, to represent them in the White Night Exhibition. The Victorian State Government created a unique opportunity to showcase its city and provide a platform for local, national and international artists to connect with audiences from Melbourne, Australia and around the world, for one night only.

I created a custom Infinity Lightbox to feature in their front window; a remote controlled, Colour Spectrum, Infinity Lightbox, that slowly shifted through the various colours; their effect was mesmerising and hypnotic, attracting the attention of passers-by.