Seventy nine possible uses for redundant protest placards, spelled out one letter at a time on an array of household fluorescent striplights.
A conribution to Gavin Wade's STRATEGIC QUESTIONS: WHAT IS STRUCTURE?
Life-size replicas of various WWII beach defences, an Anderson shelter and a wheelchair ramp built from domestic fencing materials.
Images of Spartacist and Freikorps lorries from the streets of post-WWI Berlin removed from either side of a wall partitioning the gallery.
A 3-minute DVD.
A back-lit wall of black polythene sheeting.
Text removed by a gallery assistant from an 8'x4' sheet of drywall.
Images of the Hindenburg airship as if cut from panels of garden trellis.
A contribution to Gavin Wade's STRATEGIC QUESTIONS: WHAT IS STRUCTURE?
Text spelled out one letter at a time on an array of household fluorescent striplights.
This array was the only lighting in the gallery bisected by Revolution, Counter Revolution.
A quote from Deleuze & Parnet's 'Politics' spelled out by the removal of carpet tiles from the floor, prior to a group show.
A Chinook carrying a pallet of supplies depicted in garden trellis.
A banner depicted in battens and plastered drywall. Text reveals itself then disappears, drying more slowly than the surrounding area.
A banner from the Paris Commune of 1871 depicted in trellis panels behind an existing bench. The wall faced a branch of BNP Paribas, a private bank founded to assist the rebuilding of Paris following the defeat of the Commune.
The loss of a merchant ship depicted in trellis.
A table-tennis training machine tackles the second intifada.
Seven seconds of footage; a rock is thrown and smashes the camera lens. Seven seconds of black screen; the robot powers up and the monitor is pounded by ping-pong balls. Some are returned, others bounce randomly.
The first and last are mirrored in Seventy Nine Afflictions.
The first and last are mirrored in Seventy Nine Protest Placards.
'Death to Marxism'
A car window de-mists and re-mists on a 20-minute loop.
Two parallel striplight arrays.
Two translations of the same Deleuze text start identically but diverge after a few words, spelled out on parallel striplight arrays.
A Skycrane carrying a broken Chinook depicted in garden trellis.
A life-size replica of the rear end of a coach, wedged against the roof by a prop. The projector shows stills from an imaginary holiday disaster viewed through the rear window.
A response to an invitation by Dylan Shipton to make a banner for his structure to support. Text is removed from scaffold sheeting.