‘Machinimenomenology’, 2017. Digital fiction series using remixes of partially-rendered Google Maps 3D terrain as a space for a machinima of the broken. 

Under-Mine’, 2017. Solo exhibition of 5 new video artworks and 1 new interactive work, about senses and climate change. For Art Laboratory Berlin gallery.

‘Signals’, 2017. Projection mapping augmentation of Norwegian forest in snow, event.

‘Portals’, 2016-2017. Animated digital art library space activation through alternative site-specific projection.

‘A Virtual Bathymetric’, 2016. Tiny self-contained holo-projection sculpture in copper. 

‘Bindings’, 2016. Animated digital poetry library space activation through large-scale site-specific rear-projection.

‘The Fingers of a Warm and Careful Android’, 2016. Interactive digital literature for libraries, connecting to library inventory system, Helensvale Library, Australia.

‘Glas blong huriken’, ‘Skae Pluma’ and ‘A Long, Wired Paddock’, 2016. Projection mapping and creating holograms on new media objects.

‘Bioluminous Walking’, 2016. Projection mapping augmentation of Australian rainforest solo event.

‘If the forest wanders…’, 2016. Interactive sciart architectural projection mapping onto the under-side of a train bridge.

‘Cartology Apology’, 2016. Holographic installation.

climeart.com website, 2015, including 5 new interactive screen-based works/apps commissioned by 350.org for the Paris Climate Summit.

‘Treemails’, 2015, (Treemails: Bulimba). Interactive website and community art project.

‘Shadows blister those who try to touch’, 2015. Interactive projection mapping onto sculpture. See also ‘Shadow Blisters’ non interactive non-mapped version, 2016.

‘Over-Mine’, 2015. Interactive projection mapped installation.

‘Fracktals’, 2015. Interactive screen-based new media artwork.

‘All your old devices miss you’, 2015. Projection mapped narrative installation.

‘Epicentre/Paracentre’, 2015, interactive and projection mapped series for rural gallery.

‘Wind blisters those who try to run’, 2015, architectural projection mapping onto a windmill.

‘Un[tram]melled’, 2015. Interactive architectural projection mapping onto tram machinery.

‘Colonise’, 2015. 360/double sided projection mapping onto hanging 3D sculpture.

‘Entropic Texts’, 2015. Interactive screen-based digital poetry/new media art co-authored with Jason Nelson.

‘There is no There-There’, 2015. Interactive screen-based digital poetry/new media art.

‘if-notNow, if-then-when-else’, 2015. Interactive screen-based digital poetry/new media art.

‘Flying Fox Falls’ and ‘Infinite Extinction’. Digital art prints.

‘The Roaring Borealis’, 2015. Projection mapping onto sculpture.

‘Depo’d’, 2015. Projection mapping onto sculpture for commercial venue.

‘An Argument in Parallel Incompleteness’, 2014. Interactive app digital poetry/new media art. See also ‘canvas controlled’ installation version, 2015.

‘to arrive by chance’, 2014. Interactive screen-based digital poetry/new media art.

‘Little Boxes’, 2014. Projection mapping onto origami sculpture.

‘Geonotation’, 2014. Interactive sound art intallation/new media art.

‘You Are Vital’, 2014. Projection mapping onto origami sculpture.

Camberland, 2014. Interactive screen-based digital poetry co-authored with Jason Nelson.

Old experiments…

Please note, this is a list of print writings. I also do many interactive digital literature pieces, but I have housed these under ‘published artworks’. This section is for traditional writing styles. Legend: Poetry. Short Story. Non-fiction/essay. I am the solo author on these works.


+ 2015. ‘Landwhales’ published in Petrichor: Visible Ink 27, RMIT Press, Melbourne. Editor: Jane Sprague. (Short Story)

+ 2014. ‘How to hold on’ in Monster and the Monstrous Journal, 3(2), ISSN: 1756-770X. (Poetry)

                simultaneously published: 2014 ‘The Owsla found Hazel’, (digital photograph by author) in Monsters and the Monstrous Journal, 3(2), ISSN: 1756-770X.

+ 2014. ‘Instructions as Art: Digital writers as modern-day renaissance people’ in Cordite Journal online. (Non-fiction essay)

+  2014. ‘memoir: Train to Victoria‘ published in Lip Magazine, magazine for young women. (Memoir)

+ 2014. ‘Red Sequins’, in One Page Brisbane, vol. 1, Is.8. (Short Story)

+ 2014. ‘Sweetest tongue has sharpest tooth’, in Monster and the Monstrous Journal, Vol. 3, Is. 2, ISSN: 1756-770X. (Short Story)

+ 2013. ‘Gravitational Synesthesia in the Skrill-Crowd’ delivered at POPCAANZ (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand) conference. (Non-fiction essay)

+ 2013. ‘Balloon: festschrift’ (winner of the Josephine Ulrick Photography student story competition, 2007) published in Tincture Journal, Is. 3. The literary journal can be purchased here. (Short Story)

+ 2013. Arts writer for Art&Science Journal. 2013 – present. Some examples:


Greg Dunn

Incident Energy

Julie Buntaine

+ 2013. Read my guide to getting techy on the Gold Coast here. (Non-fiction)

+ 2013. Circular Poetry contributions to Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. as part of the Queensland Poetry Festival

‘mebelowu’, ‘playg round’, ‘nevera round anymore’

mebelowu_ playg_round_watermark_small nevera_roundanymorewatermark_small

+ 2012. ‘Anonymous in Portmanteaupia’, in Social Alternatives: Politics and ethics in social media, 31(2): 27-32. This piece is being used as part of a reading list for Georgetown University’s Security Studies program, specifically classes on ‘violent non-state actors’. I was also part of the blind peer-review process for this journal. (Non-fiction essay)

+ 2005. ‘I am a Grass Spirit’ published in ArtLook, literary magazine, Issue 9. (Poetry)

+ 2005. ‘Summer’, an extract from novella ‘Uncolours’ published in Unreal Estate, creative writing anthology, Issue 6. (Novella)

+ 2004. ‘She Knows’ published in Unreal Estate, literary anthology, Issue 5. (Poetry)

+ 2004. ‘Rusty Boat’ published in Unreal Estate, literary anthology, Issue 5. (Poetry)

All of my artworks include audio elements. Often these are generated within the artwork itself, but sometimes I use soundtracks that I loop in the background (some of those can be listened to here). I like to use data (often environmental) and improvisational glitching techniques to experiment with sound. For example, the use of river movements to create postmodern notation, or the glitching of spoken word poetry.


Academically published:

2014 ‘Sine Wave Roofs’ for Haze Netlabel Sound Interpretations: Reykjavik, Issue 315

http://h-a-z- e.org/archives/4080#.VKp3oGSUf3o

2014 ‘Wasp’s Nest’ for Huellkurven issue 3


Please feel free to drop me an email. I am interested in collaborating with other artists, coders, technicians, musicians, writers, and others interested in physical computing and sustainability.


email: alintakrauth [ @ ] gmail [ . ] com