James Charlton is a second generation New Zealand Post-object artist who’s work cover a spectrum of practices that include object based sculpture, stereo-lithography, installation, robotics, interactive screen-based and performance work. As Senior Lecture in Sculpture at AUT University where he lectures on post-material and interactive installation practices, topics that parallel to his PhD on to digital materiality completed in 2017 with Plymouth University, UK.

Recent projects include: Catch | Bounce (Liverpool & Plymouth, UK, 2017), Three Action in 56 Bytes, (Berlin, 2014), Waiting event: 64 bytes, ( Lisbon, 2014), Body Tok Quintet, (NZ, with Dadson, ongoing since 2012 ), iForm, (Boras, 2011), Inside Out, (AUS, UK). Selected works can be seen at

Recent publications include: Catch | Bonce: Towards a Relational Ontology of the Digital in Art Practice, (Dissertation, Plymouth , UK), catch/bounce: Stack Overflows and Digital Actions. In Digital Movement. Palgrave MacMillian, 2015. Add to Shopping Basket (ARPA for Transmediale, DE, 2015), Post Screen Not Displayed (Post Screen Festival, PT, 2014) Remembering a Post-Digital Future (ARPA for Transmediale, DE, 2013), Acts of Materiality (Making Futures, Plymouth, UK, 2013).