Off-Press/Print Restraint, 2015
4m-long hand-made woodcut prints in vivid colours made using rudimentary tools, and based on reappropriated older works. Videos of the project can be seen here.
A 3m high dome of highly patterned fluorescent tent fabric reflecting outdoor culture, and ordinance survey maps. The cavernous interior is lined with white ribbon in patterns inspired by phosphenes and cave art.
Chimera Scotia, 2014
Wicker, outdoor fabrics, and a passing hiker.
An experimental collaboration to challenge, curate, steer, cajole, and negotiate new artworks out of existing forms in sequence.
The full sequence of 12 films is available to view here.
The Eigg Lectures Version 7: Entropy, 2013
A bizarre one-man performance of high speed regurgitated lectures, storytelling, re-enactment, trumpeting and tap-dancing in amalgamated costume.
In Search of the Wildman, 2013
A short film in which the artist goes on a transformational journey- utilising the textures of the landscape, and craft processes.
Vstříc Divočině, 2013
A short film in which a character bedecked in outdoor clothing strives to reach an impossible union with nature.
The Eigg Lectures Version 4: Misconstructions, 2012
A cross-platform performance that brought together live music, acting, physical performance, audience participation and academic analysis.
The result was a bizarre lecture-cum-theatre piece surrounding and bombarding audiences on swivel chairs.
Review, Review, Review, 2012
Audiences were asked to create drawings based on obscure art reviews from the 1990's in exchange for a drink at the bar. These images were amalgamated to create a single visionary image in chalk for each review, on large monolithic blackboards.
Project Eigg, 2008-9
Created with the Isle of Eigg in the Scottish Small Isles, Project Eigg was a long running exploration of how a community can relate to a contemporary and historical island which they inherit or move to. It culminated in a residency, the production of two audio walking guides, and a collection of extraordinary photographs.
Gaps in Archaeology, 2008
Taking artefacts from Leicester's museums, re-making them as art objects, and interviewing representatives from diverse cultural and academic backgrounds as they interpreted the new artefacts.
Church Tattoos, 2008
A response to rifts between youth and traditional churches in Loughborough. Three giant vinyl tattoo images were installed down the aisle of a working church.
Photography by Danielle Heath.
Mystery Photo, 2007
A collaboration with ninety Nottinghamshire County libraries, in which library users were asked to submit their own photographs that they deemed mysterious, indistinct or baffling. 100 images were then categorised using Dewey decimal and formed a photobook/catalogue.
"I am finding that librarians classify information according to a 'primary characteristic': in their assessment the most important aspect of that information. A highly subjective assessment."