David's practice is centred around anthropology and human cultural evolution. He looks at contemporary society through a diachronic lens, seeking cultural shifts which ask questions about our collective humanity and culture at a time of accelerated change.
His recent research looks at digital technologies, post-internet models of engagement and Artificial Intelligence. His multimedia works observe our transition to an age where we need to attest our humanity to machines, proclaim our rights to personal data, question our collective cultural legacy through acts of digital archeology, and experiment with AI futurist possibilities, predictions and gamification.
David's work is in UK and American collections and has been exhibited nationally and internationally.