Colour Projections (2009, 20 - 35 mins) is a computer-based audio and video work creating precise relationships between sound and geometry. Through a progression of a geometric systems, rules are established and shapes are created, intersected, combined and destroyed. Each resulting shape is both drawn and sonified - a shape's outline is directly transformed to an audio waveform.
Although the systems use only fixed, stateless geometric operations, through certain coincidences there is a tendency to attribute identity to individual shapes and perceive a level of causality within the systems. We are reminded that these perceptions are illusive when the geometric behaviour diverges from our expectations, causing shifts in plurality and ambiguities of identity.