• Painting With Light at the Tate Modern

    For the opening night of the #HYPERLINK festival on 26th April 2013, Alex May debuted a 75 minute ‘Painting With Light’ live video mapping art performance in the South Tank at Tate Modern, London.

  • Conwy Video Sculpture

    A site specific video mapped sculpture created using found objects that interprets the town of Conwy in Wales.

  • Smoke and Mirrors Machine

    Smoke and Mirrors Machine is a kinetic and digital installation interpreting the principles of secure communication between two parties and how it may be intercepted and subverted; a subject that came under close scrutiny by Alan Turing during his tenure at Bletchley Park working as a key part of the team decoding the German’s complex Enigma Machine communications.

  • Alan Turing: a Portrait in Sound and Visuals

    A sound portrait of Alan Turing by Martin A. Smith, with live video performance by Alex May commissioned by the Alan Turing Arts and Culture Committee.

  • A family of Christopher Walkens heading to the scene of the crime in a Love Ambulance

    Pop-Art interactive video mapped installation by Alex May and Martin A. Smith.

  • Chasing Shadows

    An original audio/visual composition by Alex May and Martin A. Smith interpreting the art of Sally McKay.

  • 994,138

    994,138 is a reflection on the scale of the UK casualties (military and civilian) during World War 1.

  • Monotone Symphony

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Yves Klein’s Monotone Symphony, Alex May, Martin A. Smith, and GV Art present a new interpretation of this seminal performance. In March 1960, at the Galerie Internationale d’Art Contemporain, Paris, Yves Klein presented his Monotone Symphony and Anthropometries of the Blue Period. Whilst a ten-piece orchestra played the Monotone […]

  • London Video Street Art

    Video soundtrack by Martin A. Smith Format: live site-specific video mapped installations onto existing graffiti Size: various Available for exhibition: No

  • Out Of White

    “Out Of White” are a series of projected illusions featuring digital blocks emerging from physical spaces.