Photograph of Tim Murray-Browne

I am an artist, coder and researcher based in London.

Working primarily through immersive installations that combine interactive technology, music and graphics, my work explores how our sense of identity is formed through interacting with our environment and each other. It has been shown at venues including the Barbican, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Berkeley Art Museum.

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Gratuitous Digital Thingy (Typeone)

Dancing Santa that follows and reacts to passers-by for KBWA's Christmas display

The Cave of Sounds

An interactive sound installation created with the Music Hackspace exploring the power of musical collaboration

Harmonic Motion

Harmonic Motion - An open-source toolkit for artists and musicians working with gestural interaction

Clear Noise (Seeper)

An interactive installation exploring clarity of mind created by the arts/tech studio Seeper

Webcam Instrument

A webcam-based instrument developed for a workshop I ran with the Music Hackspace

Mandala (Seeper)

A fusion of interactive projection mapping and South Asian dance and music from the arts/tech studio Seeper

Interactive Carbon (Seeper)

An interactive gestural game installed in the Olympic Park created with the arts/tech studio Seeper.

IMPOSSIBLE ALONE

Interactive soundscape explored through creative movement by two individuals — but only if they work together

The Manhattan Rhythm Machine

An intuitive generator for improvising off-beat loops

The Serendiptichord

A wearable musical instrument for dancers

Instigative Heads

An interactive sound installation in the vaults beneath London Bridge Station