Cameron May is a Wellington based artist and coder. Cameron uses the connective power of code and electronics to transform objects into industrial organisms. He takes inspiration from cybernetics, living systems and industrial networks.
Cameron graduated in Fine Arts from RMIT (Melbourne) in 2014 and completed his Masters at Massey University in 2018. His art has been exhibited throughout NZ and Australia.
Labyrinth is a synthetic vortex, a rotating sculpture distorted by light. It is an example of a stroboscopic Zoetrope, a device that creates the illusion of motion. Programmed lights strobe the surface at varying frequencies, endlessly mutating the form and disrupting the illusion.
Materials: Steel, Aluminium, ABS, Paint, LED lights, Motor, Axle, Electronic components