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  Digital Realty   16 in x 20 in  Copper, paper  2018

Digital Realty

16 in x 20 in

Copper, paper

2018

  Mantle  (detail)  Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal  5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft  2018

Mantle (detail)

Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal

5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft

2018

  Mantle  (front)  Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal  5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft  2018

Mantle (front)

Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal

5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft

2018

  Tide  (front)  Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel  6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft  2018

Tide (front)

Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel

6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft

2018

  Tide   Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel  6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft  2018

Tide

Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel

6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft

2018

  Hawthorn bush   Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo  4 ft x 3 ft  2018

Hawthorn bush

Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo

4 ft x 3 ft

2018

  Hawthorn bush  (detail)  Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo  4 ft x 3 ft  2018

Hawthorn bush (detail)

Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo

4 ft x 3 ft

2018

  #4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011   Copper, stickers  2.5 ft x 1 ft  2018

#4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011

Copper, stickers

2.5 ft x 1 ft

2018

  #4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011   Copper, stickers  2.5 ft x 1 ft  2018

#4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011

Copper, stickers

2.5 ft x 1 ft

2018

  W>I>i   Condo fencing steel, snapped car aerial, screwdriver  6in x 6in x 3in  2018

W>I>i

Condo fencing steel, snapped car aerial, screwdriver

6in x 6in x 3in

2018

Common Sense/ A Sense of Commons - Part 1

Video

4 mins 45 secs

2018

  Surplus and Excess   Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam  Dimensions variable  2018

Surplus and Excess

Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam

Dimensions variable

2018

  Surplus and Excess   Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam, scrap handbag leather, snapped chain link from San Francisco condo development site, Federal Housing Administration manual with granite  Dimensions variable  2018

Surplus and Excess

Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam, scrap handbag leather, snapped chain link from San Francisco condo development site, Federal Housing Administration manual with granite

Dimensions variable

2018

  Surplus and Excess   Federal Housing Administration manual with granite  8 in x 5 in x 3 in  2018

Surplus and Excess

Federal Housing Administration manual with granite

8 in x 5 in x 3 in

2018

  Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze   Workshop  2018

Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze

Workshop

2018

Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze

Call now on 415-723-0602

 In collaboration with Liam Allan   Invisible Hand/Flows.    Limited edition print for commuters.  San Francisco MTA / NYC Subway. Edition of 100.  15" x 20"  2018.      Text:  The semi-permeable barrier is lifted temporarily to allow the flow from the vast ocean.  An invisible hand operates the gate.  Local memory allows us to process this flow as we can imagine it being repeated in the past, so we accept the flow.  Our memory architecture familiarizes this process so we accept it as natural.  The flow is natural.  The speed of the flow is dictated by how quickly the queued vehicles are allowed access by cache hierarchy.  If the cache of goods travels a short distance then this is a cache hit.  If the cache is a miss then this may require and eviction to make room via the use of a cache policy.   The cache travels on elevated highways which branch across the landscape.  Scars and registrations guide the cache on the board.  The caches contents are often hidden.  The cache travels in often similar looking indistinguishable vessels.   Our enjoyment of the cache is often indistinguishable from our experience.  The invisible hand guides the flows, we guide the invisible hand.   The public image of the cache is nondescript yet the cache creates shadows and forms which appear natural.  The flow is natural.  The abstraction of the cache is partly due to its dematerialized form.  As the dematerialized form is not always visible we may accept it as not being there.   Older caches are still present but are much slower as they travel on older networks.  The older flows are associated with very foundations of the vast networks we see present today.  The cache stacks almost take form of structures themselves, resembling small cities. Yet access to these cities is limited.  The access is only permitted to special vessels.   The vast concrete branches are also accessible to the public yet the private networks dominate the space and flow.  Underneath the vast branches more cache is housed.  Waiting.   Waiting.   Waiting.   

In collaboration with Liam Allan

Invisible Hand/Flows.

Limited edition print for commuters.

San Francisco MTA / NYC Subway. Edition of 100.

15" x 20"

2018. 

 

Text:

The semi-permeable barrier is lifted temporarily to allow the flow from the vast ocean.

An invisible hand operates the gate.

Local memory allows us to process this flow as we can imagine it being repeated in the past, so we accept the flow.

Our memory architecture familiarizes this process so we accept it as natural.

The flow is natural.

The speed of the flow is dictated by how quickly the queued vehicles are allowed access by cache hierarchy.

If the cache of goods travels a short distance then this is a cache hit.

If the cache is a miss then this may require and eviction to make room via the use of a cache policy. 

The cache travels on elevated highways which branch across the landscape.

Scars and registrations guide the cache on the board.

The caches contents are often hidden.

The cache travels in often similar looking indistinguishable vessels. 

Our enjoyment of the cache is often indistinguishable from our experience.

The invisible hand guides the flows, we guide the invisible hand. 

The public image of the cache is nondescript yet the cache creates shadows and forms which appear natural.

The flow is natural.

The abstraction of the cache is partly due to its dematerialized form.

As the dematerialized form is not always visible we may accept it as not being there. 

Older caches are still present but are much slower as they travel on older networks.

The older flows are associated with very foundations of the vast networks we see present today.

The cache stacks almost take form of structures themselves, resembling small cities. Yet access to these cities is limited.

The access is only permitted to special vessels. 

The vast concrete branches are also accessible to the public yet the private networks dominate the space and flow.

Underneath the vast branches more cache is housed.

Waiting. 

Waiting. 

Waiting. 
 

Invisible Hand/Flows 

(super 8 film digitized with audio)

3 mins 30 secs

2017

  Bedroom Tax   Performance  2017 - ongoing model    Phase 1:  Extract 14% of the air from the council flat dwelling (public housing U.S) tenants. The 14% of extracted air is the equivalent to the percentage in reduction of housing benefit for the penalty for having been (deemed) to have a spare unoccupied bedroom by order of the Welfare Reform Act of 2012.    Phase 2:  Convert the spare room into an exhibition of the project containing drawings, information files, readings and documentation of the performance. Guests are to receive a complementary cup of tea and are welcome to check books out of the Library of the tenants.

Bedroom Tax

Performance

2017 - ongoing model

Phase 1:

Extract 14% of the air from the council flat dwelling (public housing U.S) tenants. The 14% of extracted air is the equivalent to the percentage in reduction of housing benefit for the penalty for having been (deemed) to have a spare unoccupied bedroom by order of the Welfare Reform Act of 2012.

Phase 2:

Convert the spare room into an exhibition of the project containing drawings, information files, readings and documentation of the performance. Guests are to receive a complementary cup of tea and are welcome to check books out of the Library of the tenants.

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers   Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze lemon, foam, vinyl  Dimensions variable  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers

Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze lemon, foam, vinyl

Dimensions variable

2017

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Foam, vinyl  26 in x 18 in  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Foam, vinyl

26 in x 18 in

2017

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Concrete Amazon box, tape, foam, spray-paint  32 in x 24 in x 14 in  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Concrete Amazon box, tape, foam, spray-paint

32 in x 24 in x 14 in

2017

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Glass, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Glass, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Glass, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Glass, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

Flag of Convenience 

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins 15 secs

2017

 

Flag of Convenience II 

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins 15 secs

2017

  Monument/Battlefield   Mail, paper, email correspondence  Dimensions variable  2017   

Monument/Battlefield

Mail, paper, email correspondence

Dimensions variable

2017

 

  Monument/Battlefield   Mail, paper, email correspondence  Dimensions variable  2017

Monument/Battlefield

Mail, paper, email correspondence

Dimensions variable

2017

A Study of Potential Nightmare Scenario's being Avoided

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins

2014

  Leisure    Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel  Dimensions variable  2013

Leisure 

Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel

Dimensions variable

2013

  Leisure    Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel  Dimensions variable  2013

Leisure 

Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel

Dimensions variable

2013

  Work, Leisure and Wellbeing   Concrete cast table, concrete, breeze-blocks  Dimensions variable  2012

Work, Leisure and Wellbeing

Concrete cast table, concrete, breeze-blocks

Dimensions variable

2012

  Mined Potential   1 tonne of rock salt  Site specific  2012

Mined Potential

1 tonne of rock salt

Site specific

2012

  A Young Person’s Jacket   Cast aluminum denim jacket, steel bar  7ft x 4ft x 2.5 ft  2012

A Young Person’s Jacket

Cast aluminum denim jacket, steel bar

7ft x 4ft x 2.5 ft

2012

Digital Realty

16 in x 20 in

Copper, paper

2018

Mantle (detail)

Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal

5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft

2018

Mantle (front)

Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal

5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft

2018

Tide (front)

Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel

6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft

2018

Tide

Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel

6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft

2018

Hawthorn bush

Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo

4 ft x 3 ft

2018

Hawthorn bush (detail)

Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo

4 ft x 3 ft

2018

#4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011

Copper, stickers

2.5 ft x 1 ft

2018

#4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011

Copper, stickers

2.5 ft x 1 ft

2018

W>I>i

Condo fencing steel, snapped car aerial, screwdriver

6in x 6in x 3in

2018

Common Sense/ A Sense of Commons - Part 1

Video

4 mins 45 secs

2018

Surplus and Excess

Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam

Dimensions variable

2018

Surplus and Excess

Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam, scrap handbag leather, snapped chain link from San Francisco condo development site, Federal Housing Administration manual with granite

Dimensions variable

2018

Surplus and Excess

Federal Housing Administration manual with granite

8 in x 5 in x 3 in

2018

Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze

Workshop

2018

Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze

Call now on 415-723-0602

In collaboration with Liam Allan

Invisible Hand/Flows.

Limited edition print for commuters.

San Francisco MTA / NYC Subway. Edition of 100.

15" x 20"

2018. 

 

Text:

The semi-permeable barrier is lifted temporarily to allow the flow from the vast ocean.

An invisible hand operates the gate.

Local memory allows us to process this flow as we can imagine it being repeated in the past, so we accept the flow.

Our memory architecture familiarizes this process so we accept it as natural.

The flow is natural.

The speed of the flow is dictated by how quickly the queued vehicles are allowed access by cache hierarchy.

If the cache of goods travels a short distance then this is a cache hit.

If the cache is a miss then this may require and eviction to make room via the use of a cache policy. 

The cache travels on elevated highways which branch across the landscape.

Scars and registrations guide the cache on the board.

The caches contents are often hidden.

The cache travels in often similar looking indistinguishable vessels. 

Our enjoyment of the cache is often indistinguishable from our experience.

The invisible hand guides the flows, we guide the invisible hand. 

The public image of the cache is nondescript yet the cache creates shadows and forms which appear natural.

The flow is natural.

The abstraction of the cache is partly due to its dematerialized form.

As the dematerialized form is not always visible we may accept it as not being there. 

Older caches are still present but are much slower as they travel on older networks.

The older flows are associated with very foundations of the vast networks we see present today.

The cache stacks almost take form of structures themselves, resembling small cities. Yet access to these cities is limited.

The access is only permitted to special vessels. 

The vast concrete branches are also accessible to the public yet the private networks dominate the space and flow.

Underneath the vast branches more cache is housed.

Waiting. 

Waiting. 

Waiting. 
 

Invisible Hand/Flows 

(super 8 film digitized with audio)

3 mins 30 secs

2017

Bedroom Tax

Performance

2017 - ongoing model

Phase 1:

Extract 14% of the air from the council flat dwelling (public housing U.S) tenants. The 14% of extracted air is the equivalent to the percentage in reduction of housing benefit for the penalty for having been (deemed) to have a spare unoccupied bedroom by order of the Welfare Reform Act of 2012.

Phase 2:

Convert the spare room into an exhibition of the project containing drawings, information files, readings and documentation of the performance. Guests are to receive a complementary cup of tea and are welcome to check books out of the Library of the tenants.

Vessels, Barriers and Containers

Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze lemon, foam, vinyl

Dimensions variable

2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Foam, vinyl

26 in x 18 in

2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Concrete Amazon box, tape, foam, spray-paint

32 in x 24 in x 14 in

2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Glass, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

Vessels, Barriers and Containers (detail)

Glass, bronze

Dimensions variable

2017

Flag of Convenience 

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins 15 secs

2017

 

Flag of Convenience II 

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins 15 secs

2017

Monument/Battlefield

Mail, paper, email correspondence

Dimensions variable

2017

 

Monument/Battlefield

Mail, paper, email correspondence

Dimensions variable

2017

A Study of Potential Nightmare Scenario's being Avoided

(super 8 film digitized)

4 mins

2014

Leisure 

Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel

Dimensions variable

2013

Leisure 

Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel

Dimensions variable

2013

Work, Leisure and Wellbeing

Concrete cast table, concrete, breeze-blocks

Dimensions variable

2012

Mined Potential

1 tonne of rock salt

Site specific

2012

A Young Person’s Jacket

Cast aluminum denim jacket, steel bar

7ft x 4ft x 2.5 ft

2012

  Digital Realty   16 in x 20 in  Copper, paper  2018
  Mantle  (detail)  Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal  5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft  2018
  Mantle  (front)  Wood. concrete from condo development site, steel, wire, fruit netting, stone from beach re-discovered during bedroom tax carpet removal  5 ft x 2.5 ft x 2.5ft  2018
  Tide  (front)  Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel  6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft  2018
  Tide   Wood, paint, concrete cast amazon prime pouch, debris from SF bay, cardboard packaging, copper wiring, steel  6ft x 4ft x 1.5 ft  2018
  Hawthorn bush   Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo  4 ft x 3 ft  2018
  Hawthorn bush  (detail)  Steel, amazon box imprinted concrete, steel mesh, bondo  4 ft x 3 ft  2018
  #4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011   Copper, stickers  2.5 ft x 1 ft  2018
  #4033 #4030 #4225 #4053 #4688 #4093 #94044 #4011   Copper, stickers  2.5 ft x 1 ft  2018
  W>I>i   Condo fencing steel, snapped car aerial, screwdriver  6in x 6in x 3in  2018
  Common Sense/ A Sense of Commons - Part 1   Video  4 mins 45 secs  2018
  Surplus and Excess   Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam  Dimensions variable  2018
  Surplus and Excess   Concrete cast amazon box, rebar, plaster and aqua resin covered amazon box, twill and packing foam, scrap handbag leather, snapped chain link from San Francisco condo development site, Federal Housing Administration manual with granite  Dimensions variable  2018
  Surplus and Excess   Federal Housing Administration manual with granite  8 in x 5 in x 3 in  2018
  Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze   Workshop  2018
  Burn the Office, Feel the Breeze   Call now on 415-723-0602
 In collaboration with Liam Allan   Invisible Hand/Flows.    Limited edition print for commuters.  San Francisco MTA / NYC Subway. Edition of 100.  15" x 20"  2018.      Text:  The semi-permeable barrier is lifted temporarily to allow the flow from the vast ocean.  An invisible hand operates the gate.  Local memory allows us to process this flow as we can imagine it being repeated in the past, so we accept the flow.  Our memory architecture familiarizes this process so we accept it as natural.  The flow is natural.  The speed of the flow is dictated by how quickly the queued vehicles are allowed access by cache hierarchy.  If the cache of goods travels a short distance then this is a cache hit.  If the cache is a miss then this may require and eviction to make room via the use of a cache policy.   The cache travels on elevated highways which branch across the landscape.  Scars and registrations guide the cache on the board.  The caches contents are often hidden.  The cache travels in often similar looking indistinguishable vessels.   Our enjoyment of the cache is often indistinguishable from our experience.  The invisible hand guides the flows, we guide the invisible hand.   The public image of the cache is nondescript yet the cache creates shadows and forms which appear natural.  The flow is natural.  The abstraction of the cache is partly due to its dematerialized form.  As the dematerialized form is not always visible we may accept it as not being there.   Older caches are still present but are much slower as they travel on older networks.  The older flows are associated with very foundations of the vast networks we see present today.  The cache stacks almost take form of structures themselves, resembling small cities. Yet access to these cities is limited.  The access is only permitted to special vessels.   The vast concrete branches are also accessible to the public yet the private networks dominate the space and flow.  Underneath the vast branches more cache is housed.  Waiting.   Waiting.   Waiting.   
  Invisible Hand/Flows    (super 8 film digitized with audio)  3 mins 30 secs  2017
  Bedroom Tax   Performance  2017 - ongoing model    Phase 1:  Extract 14% of the air from the council flat dwelling (public housing U.S) tenants. The 14% of extracted air is the equivalent to the percentage in reduction of housing benefit for the penalty for having been (deemed) to have a spare unoccupied bedroom by order of the Welfare Reform Act of 2012.    Phase 2:  Convert the spare room into an exhibition of the project containing drawings, information files, readings and documentation of the performance. Guests are to receive a complementary cup of tea and are welcome to check books out of the Library of the tenants.
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers   Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze lemon, foam, vinyl  Dimensions variable  2017
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Marble from SF condo development site, elastic hairband, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Foam, vinyl  26 in x 18 in  2017
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Concrete Amazon box, tape, foam, spray-paint  32 in x 24 in x 14 in  2017
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Glass, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017
  Vessels, Barriers and Containers  (detail)  Glass, bronze  Dimensions variable  2017
  Flag of Convenience    (super 8 film digitized)  4 mins 15 secs  2017
     Flag of Convenience II    (super 8 film digitized)  4 mins 15 secs  2017
  Monument/Battlefield   Mail, paper, email correspondence  Dimensions variable  2017   
  Monument/Battlefield   Mail, paper, email correspondence  Dimensions variable  2017
  A Study of Potential Nightmare Scenario's being Avoided    (super 8 film digitized)  4 mins  2014
  Leisure    Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel  Dimensions variable  2013
  Leisure    Space Blanket, bowling ball, image of Californian swimming pool, steel  Dimensions variable  2013
  Work, Leisure and Wellbeing   Concrete cast table, concrete, breeze-blocks  Dimensions variable  2012
  Mined Potential   1 tonne of rock salt  Site specific  2012
  A Young Person’s Jacket   Cast aluminum denim jacket, steel bar  7ft x 4ft x 2.5 ft  2012