22 March – 18 May 2024 – I can fit a fist in my mouth, curated by Seán Elder, Cubitt Artists, London, UK

You think the only people…

minimally installed contemporary art exhibition in industrial space with partially exposed brickwork

You think the only people who are people, are the people who look like you. But if you walk in the footsteps of a stranger, you learn things you never knew you never knew, Two Queens, 24 July – 9 August 2015

Featuring work by Lily Ackroyd-Willoughby, Simeon Barclay, Paul Barsch, Doug Bowen, Tavienne Bridgwater, Melissa Burn, Toby Christian, Isaac Clarke, Katrina Cowling, Philip Coyne, Calum Crawford, Ella Cronk, Jesse Darling, Claudia Dance-Wells, Ruth Ewan, Adham Faramawy, Natalie Finnemore, Jack Fisher, Ashley Holmes, Tilman Hornig, Jamie Hudson, Ian Jackson, Joshua Johnson, Sean Kaye, Sam Keogh, Bruce Lee, Joe Legg, Francis Lloyd-Jones, Harry Meadley, Menocchio, Matthew Merrick, David Musgrave, Emily Musgrave, Mathew Parkin, Secondeditions, David Steans, Amy Stephens, Alfie Strong, Curdin Tones, Rodolphe Töpffer, Marie Toseland, Adam Townsend, Jenny West, Josh Whitaker, Jesse Wine

two keys, one plain one with a yellow and red pattern, on a hook on a white gallery
a pair of dirty beat up black reebok trainers on a rave style poster
a black alba cd boombox with a headphones

various works for the show include new decorative keys for the gallery to be hung on display while the gallery is open, old beat up reeboks of mine on a rave style poster, and a CD player playing a mix CD made with Supercollider projects for LAN Party (2013)