Max has been designing interactive audiovisual experiences and collaborating with artists and programmers to bring cutting-edge installations to spaces in London.
Using a combination of body-tracking cameras, TouchDesigner, and Unreal Engine 5, his aim is to widen the forms of our interaction with technologies, and provide spaces in which music, visuals, and 3D environments can be created collaboratively.
In 2022 he has exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society and Imperial College London, and in 2019 he was featured at five festivals and events - the Royal Academy of Music Multimedia Summer Piano Festival, Spoleto Festival (Italy), Hackney Wicked Festival, Time Will Tell, and SSSHAKE London.
He continues to collaborate with artists and programmers to bring cutting-edge installations to spaces in London.
Presented at Royal Geographical Society, London
This installation was commissioned as part of the Great Exhibition Road Festival. Max designed 5 interactive environments taking participants through a 3D rendered spaceship, mars atmosphere, and the precipice of a black hole.
This installation was part of an ongoing collaboration with the Astronomy department at University College London.
The Space Between Us
Presented at Imperial College London
This collaborative installation with artists, dancers, and programmers from MindLink AI is a demonstration of a music production system using body-tracking technologies, and an exploration of how dance can be incorporated into this system.
Presented at SSSHAKE London
This installation explores dualities between nature and technology, with a third element - human interaction.
Presented at BienAmier Music
This installation presents themes of AI, Bio-robotics, and cybernetics - a glimpse into the future of human biotechnological augmentation.
Not Man Apart V2
Presented at Time Will Tell
An expansion of Max's first installation - V2 is his first use of a Kinect camera to track body movement in order to provide a completely wireless interactive space.
Planets Dancing on the Keys of a Piano
Presented at the Royal Academy of Music Multimedia Summer Piano Festival, Spoleto Festival (Italy), Hackney WickED Festival, and the Bloomsbury Festival
03.07.2019, 16.10.19, & 01.11.19
This work takes two forms - a live performance with a pianist (originally with Seunghye Park of the Royal Academy of Music), and an interactive installation. The theme explores the relationship between music and art, space travel, and human consciousness.
Not Man Apart
Presented at the Royal Academy of Music SPACED Festival
This installation explores the relationship between humans and nature, asking us to question and hopefully change our impact on the natural world.