Newsreel and documentary video fragments gathered from online searches populate dynamic virtual structures. Forming a browser-type interface between real and imaginary virtual worlds which is saturated with information in constant flux. 3D video clips stitched together over time mirror how we browse the Internet – Immersed in transient online information and continually switching between one web page or app to the next. Processing eclectic data and visuals as we go. Borrowed clips include themes such as environmental/climate events, protests & border surveillance. Also, AI (Artificial Intelligence) related themes such as supermarket self-service checkouts, GAN images, Amazon warehouse robots, and Google voice assistants which are increasingly interacting with 21st Century life and often operating autonomously from behind-the-scenes or remote locations.


Sandra Crisp LG (b. Wirral, UK) graduated MA Fine Art Printmaking Wimbledon School of Art in 1995 and now works primarily with digital media. Her practice is influenced by today’s saturation of images and information, creating multi-layered and complex imagery using video, GIF, experimental 3D images, and sometimes code. In 2018 she was elected a member of The London Group and is now Deputy Vice President. Recent awards and exhibitions include; (2019) The Wrong Bienalle; FILE Festival, Brazil (2018) The Lumen Prize shortlist (Moving Image); Visions in the Nunnery, Bow Arts, London; (2017) Schauerman prize for Digital Art.