Travis Cox - Artist/Researcher An exhibition of Queer Artworks from around the globe.


Produced by the Microsoft Research Centre of Social Natural User Interfaces (SocialNUI) and the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Encounters is an interactive digital art installation that explored the world of human-computer interaction during Melbourne’s 2015 SummerSalt festival and White Night 2015.

The work has been developed in a highly collaborative manner, involving individuals from a range of disciplines and art practices including visual arts, composition, dance, lighting, interactivity, computer vision, and computer science.The concept has been developed and iterated by individuals from all of these disciplines from the Encounters team.

I was responsible for the visual programming backend. Taking in OSC data from the SocialNUI group and art assets from participating Visual Artists.

Blow Hole Vision

Blow Hole Vision

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Created with Poet and Performer Dosh Luckwell. 2014. Video, webpage.

Originally installed as part of GLRY for Worlds AIDS Conference, 2014.


A dance/sound/visual projection performance developed for Melbourne Fringe 2014. Lead visual designer and co-producer.

Cold Comfort

To be free, one must give up a part of oneself.

Hedwig Schmidt – Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001)

The stars are falling again, like incandescent snowflakes. They burn so briefly, and so low, you can’t really even call it ‘light.’ They burn only just enough… Only just enough… Only just bright enough to let you know they’re there.

Alexander Danner – Whispered Apologies: The stars are falling again (2005)

I took the opportunity of being alone in the court-yard, to look at my coarse hands and my common boots.

Pip – Great Expectations (1861)

Originally installed at Roundabout Projection Space, 2014.

The Interdisciplinary Nature of Online Creation


Webpage, 2013.

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# Call For Works
The curatorium invite artists to submit internet/screen based works that contribute to the ongoing global conversations about #QueerTech practices and perspectives.

– 15 November 2016: submissions close
– 1 December 2016: selected works announced
– February 2017: project launch at Midsumma Festival, Melbourne, & Melt Festival, Brisbane, Australia (plus more to come!)