Ashley Hi is a visual artist who utilises kinetic sculpture and installation to explore medium, material, and movement. Her works blend art, technology, and data to create sensory spaces and generative experiences. She is currently Tech Lead at Feelers, a multidisciplinary art-tech collective based in Singapore.
Repurposed floodlight parts, found images, motors, relays, microcontrollers, 2023
Blinker Sink is a series of kinetic sculptures that demonstrate the dappling ability of light by manipulating brightness mechanically through different obscuring material. Made out of repurposed race track floodlights, the work shows the different tempos of light, and how time needs to be stretched and compressed in order to come into the spotlight.