This is work completed in 2012/2016

The Humanity Monument, 2016 Ultrahigh brilliance LEDs, Steel and Wood. 2.4 metres x 1.4 metres The question is not meant to be accusatorial, rather a suggestion that we should look at ourselves, look at our attitudes. Yet on the other hand, to some, it may well be accusatorial. In that case, there may be a greater imperative to look at ones self. A little introspection will do no harm. Shown at Q-Park Mayfair, London

The Humanity Monument, 2016 Shown at 44AD Artspace, Bath, UK

The Humanity Monument, 2016 Shown at Trowbridge Arts, Trowbridge, UK




'Architectural Apparatus No.5 [Inverted Triumphal Arch]' Rusted Steel. 3 mtrs x 1.5 mtr x 4 mtrs The inverted 'classical' arch that in the past, represented a monument to glorious victories, has here been uprooted and appears thrown down, embedded in the ground.  This is an exploration of the monument in the 21st century where a classic monumental form is subverted and manipulated. It uses rusted steel to lament and signify the decay of industry in Britain, the cradle of the industrial revolution.



'Architectural Apparatus No.5 Rev.1 [Inverted Triumphal Arch]' Rusted Steel. 3 mtrs x 1.5 mtrs x 4 mtrs This is the first [and only] revision of Architectural Apparatus No.5 [Inverted Triumphal Arch] as shown above. Sections of it have changed but the contextual element remains the same.



Architectural Apparatus No.6 [Inclined/Reclined/Declined Triumphal Arch] Rusted Steel 3 mtrs x 1.5mtrs x 3 mtrs. It is a companion piece  to Architectural Apparatus No.5 Rev.1 commissioned for the Holburne Museum exhibition.




Now permanently installed at Bath Spa University, Sion Hill Campus


'Absolution Machine'. Walcot Mortuary Chapel. Bath [A collaboration with performance artists, Elena Hutchcroft and Karolina Nieduza]. A freestanding steel framed waterfall, 4 mtrs x 2 mtrs, created at the entrance to the Chapel through which the performance could be viewed prior to entry to the space. The performance lasted 4 hours.


'Ecstasy of Truth' Dual interacting video installation. Redcliffe Bridge, Bristol. [With performance artist, Marina Sossi]. The two looped videos interact. The images are in portrait form, the same performance artist in both, although to differentiate; in one screen she has her hair up and the other down. They reflect two sides of the same personality which is not necessarily indicative of a schizophrenic disorder but how we question our own actions.