Ford I (2010)Installation: Framed Giclee print, Crushed photocopiesA framed ASCII portrait of Henry Ford, based on the portrait that hung above Hitler's desk, hangs on the wall in front of a cube of industrially crushed printouts of the letters that constitute the mounted print.
You don't believe the happy ending and you're not supposed to (2011)InstallationDigital projection of monochrome images of boreal forests with performance by FoolishPeople. Performer: Laura Gallagher. Image by Yiannis Katsaris
Ecstasy (2012)Framed C-Type Print, 105x80cmPart of an ongoing series of photographs of audience members at televised healing rituals.
The Art World (2011)Machine-cut expanded polystyrene foamA dismantled totem; a lightweight landmark; toxic, non-degradable man-made pollutant of the natural world; packaging material; volatile constituent part in explosives.
Anaglyphs (2011)Framed anaglyphic C-Type prints, 53x43cm each.Series of interventions into Google-sourced images of showtent revivalist events converted to anaglyphic format.
Intermission (2010)Perspex / Aluminium mounted C-Type print, 92x52cmReflective digital drawing of the physical make-up of a Sony Trinitron TV screen. The viewer and surrounding architecture is implicated in the surface of the work.
The Happiness Index (2012)InstallationInstallation for Conway Hall, London, which saw their conference room converted into a firing range. The viewer's role in viewing the art becomes active.
Flare (2013)Perspex / Dibond mounted C-Type prints, 76x47cm eachReflective prints documenting the flash occurring when a domestic analogue TV set is switched off.
Landscape 1692-2012 (2013)Framed pen & ink drawing on archival paper.A line graph documenting the British national debt as a percentage of its GDP over time becomes incorporated into the 'Art world', thinly veiled as a landscape image.
RGB Planes (2012)Digital video.A NASA test crash of a Boeing 747 processed into its constituent colours aestheticises and interferes with what is at once a cultural symbol of escape and oppression.
Arena (2010)Two channel digital video, 15 mins.Heavily processed digital footage of a televised Wrestling match slowed into a meditation on ideas of dance, eroticism, voyeurism, truth and lies.
Threat (2012)Aluminium lightbox.A wall-mounted shop sign unit for the display of the current UK Terror Threat level taken from the Home Office website. Multiple 'slides' are supplied to account for each threat level as appropriate.