After Typhoon Hato
After Typhoon Hato

Watercolor

2017

Wedding Invitation
Wedding Invitation

Digital

2018

Shinto Priest
Shinto Priest

Ink and Watercolor

2016

Terenko Bright Daughter
Terenko Bright Daughter

Acrylic on Paper

2013

Sports Festival
Sports Festival

Acrylic on Paper

2013

My Only Painting In New York
My Only Painting In New York

Acrylic on Board

2011

Crazy, Sexy, Funny, Scary, Cute
Crazy, Sexy, Funny, Scary, Cute

Acrylic on Board

2011

Donations Box
Donations Box

Wood, metal, paper etc

2011

This donations box was commissioned by the Embassy gallery, Edinburgh. The box is secured with an over-size padlock, allowing any regretful donors an opportunity to take back their donations and for thieves to profit from the generosity of others. The plinth for the box has "Why don't you want me to be happy?" written on it.

Unimaginable Wealth, A Novella
Unimaginable Wealth, A Novella

Book

2011

Unimaginable Wealth is a story based on plot elements and characters taken from 411 email scams. The story was published as a book using the online publishing service Lulu, where it is currently available to purchase in paperback for £5 here.

Unimaginable Wealth - The Film

Film

2011

Unimaginable Wealth is a feature-length film based on the book of the same name which derives its story and characters from a collection of 411 email scams. The film was created by ripping and mixing videos that contained the appropriate cinematography from YouTube and combining the clips with narration and character voices recorded using free trial versions of text-to-speech software. Original music and sound effects were also created for the film.

Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation
Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation

Installation

2011

The first screening of Unimaginable Wealth, The Film, took place at the Royal Scottish Academy's New Contemporaries exhibition in Edinburgh in 2011.

We built and installed a temporary cinema in the gallery complete with appropriate seating. This installation also included a fully operational martini bar which opened between three and four o'clock for the duration of the exhibition period and served gin and vodka martini's for free on the condition that they were consumed whilst watching the film. For a 360 degree view of the installation click here, and choose 'The Bank of Scotland Room' from the dropdown menu.

Intern Uniforms
Intern Uniforms

Performance

2011

Interns were employed to wear slogan t-shirts and act as customer service representatives for Hugo de Verteuil and Ian Rothwell at their Edinburgh College of Art final year degree show exhibition.

Video documentary of Performance and Installation

2011

Creative Feedback was a research based project engaging with contemporary pedagogical debates and an analysis of the currency of a contemporary institutional critique. The project culminated in the performance of a one day alternative art school syllabus, and within Alternative Strategies; an exhibition series of events, talks and lectures held at The Light, a Shopping Centre in Leeds.

Creative Feedback

Installation, Performance,

2011

The purpose of Creative Feedback was to collectively create a short term alternative arts education syllabus based on information gathered via feedback forms distributed amongst students and tutors at Edinburgh College of Art.


We used the information gathered from the students and tutors to establish and deploy an alternative one day art school syllabus for a group of 15 volunteers and students.

Creative Feedback

Installation, Performance

2011

The material created for the Creative Feedback alternative one day syllabus was generated by gathering together, without any editing whatsoever, the information submitted to the artists via various anonymously submitted data capture forms from tutors and students of Edinburgh College of Art. On the day during which the anonymously created alternative syllabus was enacted tutor and student roles were awarded by chance for a limited duration, usually the length of a single course component. 

Figure One
Figure One

Oil on Canvas

2010

Figure Two
Figure Two

Oil on Canvas

2010

Figure Three
Figure Three

Oil on Canvas

2010

Advert for Anything and Nothing
Advert for Anything and Nothing

Sketch, Watercolor on Paper

2009

This sandwich board made out of mirror enables the wearer to advertise anything and nothing at the same time.

Advert For Anything and Nothing
Advert For Anything and Nothing

Wood, Perspex, Fabric etc

2009

This sandwich board made out of mirror enables the wearer to advertise anything and nothing at the same time.

Advert for Anything and Nothing

Performance, Video

2009

This video records the process of using the advert for anything and nothing on the streets of Edinburgh in 2009.

Triptych $200 Each
Triptych $200 Each

Pencil on Card

2009

Triptych $200 Each
Triptych $200 Each

Pencil on Card

2009

Installation view

7Minutemen Exhibition, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

Ornament One
Ornament One

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornament Two
Ornament Two

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornament Three
Ornament Three

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornaments
Ornaments

Installation View

7Minutemen, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

2009

Souvenirs (Centre Piece)
Souvenirs (Centre Piece)

Oil on Canvas

2009

Souvenirs
Souvenirs

Oil on Canvas

2009

Installation view

7Minutemen Exhibition, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

Self Portrait as an INTNL BSTRD
Self Portrait as an INTNL BSTRD

Oil on Canvas

2007

Large Thormatrope
Large Thormatrope

Wood, Mirrored Perspex, Arylic on Board, Washing Machine Motor

2007

After Typhoon Hato
Wedding Invitation
Shinto Priest
Terenko Bright Daughter
Sports Festival
My Only Painting In New York
Crazy, Sexy, Funny, Scary, Cute
Donations Box
Unimaginable Wealth, A Novella
Unimaginable Wealth - The Film
Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation
Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation
Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation
Intern Uniforms
  Video documentary of Performance and Installation    2011    Creative Feedback  was a research based project engaging with contemporary pedagogical debates and an analysis of the currency of a contemporary institutional critique. The project culminated in the performance of a one day alternative art school syllabus, and within  Alternative Strategies;  an exhibition series of events, talks and lectures held at The Light, a Shopping Centre in Leeds.
Creative Feedback
Creative Feedback
Figure One
Figure Two
Figure Three
Advert for Anything and Nothing
Advert For Anything and Nothing
Advert for Anything and Nothing
Triptych $200 Each
Triptych $200 Each
Ornament One
Ornament Two
Ornament Three
Ornaments
Souvenirs (Centre Piece)
Souvenirs
Self Portrait as an INTNL BSTRD
Large Thormatrope
After Typhoon Hato

Watercolor

2017

Wedding Invitation

Digital

2018

Shinto Priest

Ink and Watercolor

2016

Terenko Bright Daughter

Acrylic on Paper

2013

Sports Festival

Acrylic on Paper

2013

My Only Painting In New York

Acrylic on Board

2011

Crazy, Sexy, Funny, Scary, Cute

Acrylic on Board

2011

Donations Box

Wood, metal, paper etc

2011

This donations box was commissioned by the Embassy gallery, Edinburgh. The box is secured with an over-size padlock, allowing any regretful donors an opportunity to take back their donations and for thieves to profit from the generosity of others. The plinth for the box has "Why don't you want me to be happy?" written on it.

Unimaginable Wealth, A Novella

Book

2011

Unimaginable Wealth is a story based on plot elements and characters taken from 411 email scams. The story was published as a book using the online publishing service Lulu, where it is currently available to purchase in paperback for £5 here.

Unimaginable Wealth - The Film

Film

2011

Unimaginable Wealth is a feature-length film based on the book of the same name which derives its story and characters from a collection of 411 email scams. The film was created by ripping and mixing videos that contained the appropriate cinematography from YouTube and combining the clips with narration and character voices recorded using free trial versions of text-to-speech software. Original music and sound effects were also created for the film.

Unimaginable Wealth, The Installation

Installation

2011

The first screening of Unimaginable Wealth, The Film, took place at the Royal Scottish Academy's New Contemporaries exhibition in Edinburgh in 2011.

We built and installed a temporary cinema in the gallery complete with appropriate seating. This installation also included a fully operational martini bar which opened between three and four o'clock for the duration of the exhibition period and served gin and vodka martini's for free on the condition that they were consumed whilst watching the film. For a 360 degree view of the installation click here, and choose 'The Bank of Scotland Room' from the dropdown menu.

Intern Uniforms

Performance

2011

Interns were employed to wear slogan t-shirts and act as customer service representatives for Hugo de Verteuil and Ian Rothwell at their Edinburgh College of Art final year degree show exhibition.

Video documentary of Performance and Installation

2011

Creative Feedback was a research based project engaging with contemporary pedagogical debates and an analysis of the currency of a contemporary institutional critique. The project culminated in the performance of a one day alternative art school syllabus, and within Alternative Strategies; an exhibition series of events, talks and lectures held at The Light, a Shopping Centre in Leeds.

Creative Feedback

Installation, Performance,

2011

The purpose of Creative Feedback was to collectively create a short term alternative arts education syllabus based on information gathered via feedback forms distributed amongst students and tutors at Edinburgh College of Art.


We used the information gathered from the students and tutors to establish and deploy an alternative one day art school syllabus for a group of 15 volunteers and students.

Creative Feedback

Installation, Performance

2011

The material created for the Creative Feedback alternative one day syllabus was generated by gathering together, without any editing whatsoever, the information submitted to the artists via various anonymously submitted data capture forms from tutors and students of Edinburgh College of Art. On the day during which the anonymously created alternative syllabus was enacted tutor and student roles were awarded by chance for a limited duration, usually the length of a single course component. 

Figure One

Oil on Canvas

2010

Figure Two

Oil on Canvas

2010

Figure Three

Oil on Canvas

2010

Advert for Anything and Nothing

Sketch, Watercolor on Paper

2009

This sandwich board made out of mirror enables the wearer to advertise anything and nothing at the same time.

Advert For Anything and Nothing

Wood, Perspex, Fabric etc

2009

This sandwich board made out of mirror enables the wearer to advertise anything and nothing at the same time.

Advert for Anything and Nothing

Performance, Video

2009

This video records the process of using the advert for anything and nothing on the streets of Edinburgh in 2009.

Triptych $200 Each

Pencil on Card

2009

Triptych $200 Each

Pencil on Card

2009

Installation view

7Minutemen Exhibition, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

Ornament One

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornament Two

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornament Three

Pencil on Card

2009

Ornaments

Installation View

7Minutemen, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

2009

Souvenirs (Centre Piece)

Oil on Canvas

2009

Souvenirs

Oil on Canvas

2009

Installation view

7Minutemen Exhibition, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

Self Portrait as an INTNL BSTRD

Oil on Canvas

2007

Large Thormatrope

Wood, Mirrored Perspex, Arylic on Board, Washing Machine Motor

2007

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