Dom Theobald is a digital artist and painter. In between his own solo work, he has been collaborating on installations and live concerts with pianist/composer Roger Eno. Early on, both decided to specialise in working in unusual or overlooked venues- medieval East Anglian churches, a Genoese palace, post-industrial spaces, as well more the more orthodox Tate Britain and the Royal Festival Hall. Theobald designs sequences of imagery, sometimes still, sometimes animated, providing either a focal point or a backdrop- depending on the viewer/listeners’ concentration point- to Eno’s live work. Both artists consider their collaborations as complimentary to their own individual disciplines.
Stills from Theobald’s sequences.