Providence cove

Providence cove

A participatory walk around a now absent shoreline. On Saturday October 19th 2013, Mike Brookes and I, accompanied by local residents, walked a route that followed the now absent shore line of the original Providence cove, now reclaimed and covered by the subsequent developments of the downtown area of the city. We invited anyone interested […]

Introduced birdsong

Introduced birdsong

A public intervention into the historic parking lots of Providence. For a single working day, on Thursday 17th October 2013, and with the help of local residents, Mike Brookes and I highlighted thirty of central Providence’s surface level parking lots that – contrary to assumptions that they are sites of transition, neglect, or failed developments […]

Greetings from Salina, crossroads of the nation

Greetings from Salina, crossroads of the nation

A context-specific participatory artwork. During the autumn of 2013, Mike Brookes and I spent six weeks as resident artists in Salina Art Center, Kansas, undertaking research and fieldwork within the city. The resulting participatory artwork was a playful exploration of the shifting character of downtown Salina, and an attempt to generate a tangible trace and record of the […]

Euskalduna shipyards

Euskalduna shipyards

An intervention within the open public spaces on the bank of the Nervion River. In the autumn of 2011, on the riverbank adjacent to the Guggenheim Gallery in Bilbao, within the open public spaces that now occupy much of the site of the vast Euskalduna shipyards – the industrial heart of the city until it closed […]

Alexandra Gardens Bandstand

Alexandra Gardens Bandstand

A public intervention and sound work into the seaside town of Weymouth. In the summer of 2010, within a garden on the seafront of Weymouth, southern England, we reconstructed the concert programme delivered there by the town’s municipal band a century earlier. Music from the programme of the closing concert of the season, attended by […]