Interactive installation, 2010. On request, Twitter Monkey performs Twitter’s Latest Tweet.
Twitter Monkey from Katie Anderson-Kelly on Vimeo.
2010. Acyrylics and Remote Controlled Cars.
Video of remote controlled car performance
From interactivity to edibility. Social Ladder, 2010. Abandoned ladder, chocolate, and facebook source code.
Steel Book, 2010. Steel and memories, in tribute to my father.
Feed Me, 2010. Donated cutlery and pennies. Throw a penny, feed the child.
First foray into the metal workshop, 2010. Steel, welding rod & baling wire.
Interactive Installation intended to encourage the audience to active engage with artwork within a gallery setting. 2010.
Make Your Day was a series of twenty-one ephemeral public installations that occured over a three week period in late 2009. The project is documented in its entirety at the Make Your Day Blog.