Time Present explores the dynamic role memory plays in enabling us to move through time and space, and the impact of amnesia on our capacity to locate ourselves in the world.
Lesions in the Landscape
Lesions in the Landscape examines the complex individual and societal impact of amnesia, a condition in which the capacity to retrieve and form memory is lost and the past, effectively erased.
216 Westbound explores how the physical and psychological effect of a major act of violence can be traced through embodied experience, media appropriation and State control.
Balnakiel is a complex investigation of memory, history and conflict set in the village (and former Cold War radar base) of Balnakiel in the far North West of Scotland, where the artist grew up.
Control Tower builds an endlessly repeating rhythm of an incoming north Atlantic storm obscuring and revealing the Range Control tower for a major live bombing range.
The Swimmer and the Forest
The Swimmer and the Forest examines the impact of extreme fatigue, fear and military control on the capacity to differentiate between hallucinatory imagery and physical reality.