Invited on a short residency at Interface, Ulster University of Art and Design in Belfast we were given the freedom to work on the printing technology, printing on objects and burning with a laser cutter we produced the Atlas World Times, montaging images of the destruction in Iraq onto the pages of the atlas, cutting through the margins with barcodes, dollar signs and corporate logos. We messed around with different ideas before we found the atlas idea…………..
In east’05 we were in residence at Norwich Gallery for the duration of the show, 8 weeks, creating the war on war room as an open workspace. We transported all our digital equipment including a large format printer, all our raw materials, source images, books and everything we use in the studio to make work. Any visitor to the space ie the audience could sit down and make images/work either on the computers or using the printed material. During the 7 weeks in residence we produced the STOP posters and printed them daily on recycled newsprint available free to the audience to take away and use.