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An interview by and , curator curator Hello. Thank you for this chance to talk about my work. When I was younger, I liked to arrange and alter collected objects. Doing this I could imagine creating my own technologies. My Grandad, Deryck Healey, who was also an artist whose work inspired me. That is, he created life sized series of figures cast in resin containing found objects discarded on the beach. Joshua Healey Lapena to the evolution of our practices for interaction and technology and. Even though my previous practice involved experimenting with materials and construction, there were limits on what I could conceive of with its materials. No doubt, if by some subterfuge, I was to have an engine floating or a part of some environment, the focus would be on it as an object as opposed to the subject of their relation. There are images, which I can visualize, but not easily make without changing their meaning; this led me to My MFA art history tutor, Robert was a big influence on my conceptual understanding of art; reading the works of Gilles Delueze. Charlotte Cullinan and Jeanine Richards also did much to cultivate my experience of collaborative projects and question the idea of space and interaction. The social aspect of conceptual interaction is still of interest to me. Josh Rowell also did an experimental sculpture dealing with these concepts. These contributed 4 04 Special Issue