Past Projects

Research-led explorations of the intergenerational effects of war, destruction and trauma on everyday life and the sense of ‘home,’ using readymade objects, food, and a mixture of method, performance and video.

Often spontaneous, ephemeral and site-inspired, the resulting installations and videos are firmly placed within the realm of the everyday as opposed to the gallery setting. They present choreographed, yet un-witnessed acts of destruction; small interactions with total strangers; stolen glimpses into the shadows of private or personal lives; combinations of familiar and ordinary objects that have been subjected to processes or contexts through which they appear absurd, critical, funny, mischievous or slightly unsettling.