Late one afternoon. A short autobiographical happening concerning fire and glass structures. A greenhouse full to overflowing with smoke, it leaks from the inside. Smoke is one of the main purgative cleansers used in horticulture; it has a history that goes … Continue reading
Category Archives: Events
VOODOO PICNIC (1998) A day long Visual Stress action at various locations around Liverpool city centre.
Drummers, performance, dancers, ritual. Video stills by Julian White.
“A photograph of a group of postal workers celebrating with another, smaller, indistinct group of people, mainly women, around a large, padded textile object. It is the middle of the night. They drink champagne out of mugs and are shaking … Continue reading
NIGHTWORKER (2010) A mobile exhibition of photographs of people who work at night
Our daytime lives are dependant on those who work while we sleep, rest or play. This is my attempt, using a mix up of debris from a protest and the conventions of the gallery world, to create a ‘group’ portrait … Continue reading
Victory Over the Sun. The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. London (2009).
176 gallery. London Futurist opera produced by The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor as part of Matt Stokes residency.
General Strike 1926. The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. London (2006).
1905. The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. (2005)
Two posters from the series of performances of 1905, a large scale event by the New Factory, London. 2005
CLOSE PROXIMITY (2005) New Greenham Arts, Newbury, Berkshire. I was the guest co-ordinator, with Helen Sloan (SCAN) of a two day gathering for activities and discussion that looked at the changing identity of areas that lie under the shadow of the ever bulging “commuter belt” around London. Organised for Networking Artists Networks (NAN) and AN Publications.
Three miles east of Newbury, sixty miles west of Shoreditch and just off the M4 (junction 13), New Greenham Park is a collection light industrial businesses set in a 1000 acres of ancient heathland, a civil war battle site preserved … Continue reading
URBAN VIMBUZA 2. DEATH BY FREE ENTERPRISE. St Georges Plateau, Lime Street, Liverpool. (1992)
A Visual Stress large scale event involving LCC street cleaning dept, mountaineers, Shakespearian actors, dancers, penitents, pirate radio, pyrotecnicians, drummers, motor cyclists, nurses. commissioned by Liverpool City Council.
Palace of Techno Magic (1992)
installation views St Johns shopping centre. Liverpool.