Radiata is a performance work, made up of an interchangable series of small sections that explore simple notions of radiation in some way ā€” projection, transmission, reception, natural radio, and so on. Each use a range of everyday materials and devices (remote controls, strobe lights, safety glass, bottles, aluminium foil, broken glass, laser pointers, magnifying glasses, 9 volt batteries, etc.).

In a darkened and noisy space, AM radios are used to draw out, convey or otherwise produce the sounds of the work; the radios themselves also perform other scuptural, supporting or spatialising roles.