Installation, MFA Degree Show, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford.
Videos: Ablation 6.00 mins, Chamber 12.34 mins, Projector on large rock from Thames foreshore, Mini projector on rocks from Penarth, Wales. Speakers, washed floor, muslim, wood. Video extracts below.
Chamber 2, Screening. RSA Oxford. 2016 Stills from video (18mins)
Chamber. Solo show, 395 Gallery. 2016
Installation - frozen Thames river water, Anagama ceramics, stones from Thames foreshore, rocks from Penarth, feathers collected from London and Oxford streets, ash from Anagama kiln, projected video (8mins)
Reception: Earth from beneath thefloor of the room, used glasses.
Bread & Jam, July 2015. I was invited to make work in response to a room in 52 Whitbread Rd, London over a period of 2 weeks.
Market Estate Project, London. 2010
A series of Zipwires were rigged around the Market Estate in North London shortly before it was demolished. A camera was sent down these lines to gain a unique perspective on the architecture and topography of a site that no longer exists.
The work was produced in collaboration with Rob Smith and was projected back into the market estate as part of a public event before public access to the site was removed.
Capturing the Glendalough Waterfall: In the summer of 2013 I invited Louise Ashcroft to join me in attempting to capture a waterfall. We set off from London, travelling by rail, ferry and bus to Ireland. The journey took us to Glendalough where we ingested a waterfall before soaking our clothes in it, bagging them up and heading home. At Euston station we emerged, got dressed into the waterfall soaked clothes and rung them out on the station forecourt. The work was first shown at RCA Sculpture Project Space in 2013. As you entered the space an aluminium pan was boiling dry waterfall water on a camping stove. Upstairs an 18 minute film was shown 3 times an hour.
Top video. Transporting the water on the ferry
Documentation of waterfall boiling in installation.
Ringing out waterfall soaked clothes back at Euston. (below)
Video extract (below) Collecting the waterfall and still from injesting the waterfall.