Archive for the ‘Work Archive’ Category

Monthly-do at the Pump House Gallery

May 11, 2013





Made by Finn, aged one and a half.

Giant Zoetrope

April 28, 2013


Matthew Kay and I have been busy making a large-scale zoetrope. It first  goes on show at the Pump House Gallery this coming Sunday, 5th May 12-4pm. More details here.

Next stop will be the Shimmy live art festival, as  part of Wandsworth Arts Festival, on Sunday 19th May 1-5pm.

Conjunction 12 – The Art of Survival Photos

April 28, 2013

The Crow at Air Space Gallery

The Crow at Airspace Gallery

The Crow at Airspace Gallery

The Crow at Airspace Gallery

The Crow at Fat Cat Cafe Bar

The Crow at Fat Cat

The Crow at Fat Cat

Photos by Fiona Long

Constructing Spaces Live Art Programme, at Construction Gallery

April 4, 2012

Here are a few photographs documenting my intervention at Construction Gallery as part of the live art programme on Sunday 18th March. Conversations were initiated between people inside and outside of the gallery using post-its, building up a visual diagram that mapped the dialogue that had taken place and filling the window over the course of the event.

The window of the gallery seemed to be a charged boundary between inside and outside, setting up relationships between people as viewer and viewed. This work aimed instead to use this limit as a place of exchange and playful dialogue, acting as a point of connection.

For more information, check out: Construction Gallery


January 9, 2012


November 1, 2011


November 1, 2011

Library from Heather Jones on Vimeo.

Interference 2010

August 18, 2010

All photos by Immo Klink

Documentation from an intervention made as part of Interference 2010, a week of workshops about arts and activism run by ArtsAdmin. The workshop explored how art can be used actively in the world, to challenge the system that’s in place in our society and seek to find new ways of doing things.

Maximizing on the focus placed on the world cup at the time, we took to the streets as eco-refs, giving red cards to people who are making a negative impact on the environment. We went to the Royal Bank of Scotland, one of the world’s largest investors in oil, gas and coal, a trade that is producing irreparable damage on the environment. It was bailed out by £50 billion of public money last year during the financial crisis. We also went to the front of the European Climate Exchange, a company that enables businesses to buy their way out of making carbon emissions. We gave red cards with information on them to business men and took a stand outside these key places.

More photos from the week here.

Click on the link to download a free glossary for arts and activism produced during Interference:
A is for Action edited by Julie Hill

Performance at ArtEvict 05/2010

August 18, 2010

A box sits in a room, abandoned, pushed to the side. There’s a slow cutting noise, knife through cardboard and… pop! Out comes a finger. And then another finger, maybe a tongue, and a toe. Then nothing for a while. Then some more cutting. This time, a leg. Toe, foot, heel, ankle, calf… thigh. Who’s are these bits? Who do they belong to?

Is that my hand or yours? Your toe or my face?
Is that your eye or my belly button?
Is that your bottom or my cheek?
Is that your elbow or my tongue?
Is that my lips or your leg?
Is that my eyebrow or your chest hair?

This performance is a playful piece about the higgledy-piggledy in relationships, the place where we end and others begin, the place where we mix-up.

Autumn Tree

April 29, 2010

A video of a tree composed of over a hundred pieces, disintegrates and recomposed itself.