They believe that art today must have a positive impact on society and the world we live in and that as artists we have a responsibility to open up collective thinking and to build space for critical inquiry.
Drawing directly from the world around us they aim to create art and foster relevant practices that have a long lasting transformative effect and that sit across multiple contexts and adjacent sectors, bringing creative thinking and unique ways of employing technology to bear in contexts such as conservation, climate science, education, design, the developing world, urban planning and healthcare.
They create highly sensory installations and environments asking us to renegotiate our emotional relationship to the natural world.
Over the last twelve years they have created GPS powered AR art games, transformed discarded beach plastic into 3D printed artworks, co-designed work with individuals living with dementia, created large ambisonic public sound installations as well as pioneering digital/physical installations that exist out at sea. Most recently they created Aurora, a multi sensory installation about climate change that re flooded a disused reservoir in Liverpool.