Commissioned by the Palestine Gallery in London in 2008, to create a work depicting Palestinian life and culture from 1900 to present day. We chose to print and paint on a mix of canvas fragments and paper which we assembled as one canvas 18metres long by 2 to 4metres deep.
Control Room 2
6m x 18m
oil, acrylic, pigment ink, paper on billboard print
Akademie Der Kunst, Berlin, Germany
We were commissioned to make Control Room 2 for Embedded Art , a group exhibition dealing with issues of surveillance. We got the background image of a control room printed as three 6 metre by 6 metre street posters on blue back billboard paper.
V22 Gallery, Ashwin Street, London, UK
THIS IS A 3D QUICKTIME IMAGE OF THE 4 ROOMS OF THE GALLERY AT ASHWIN STREET
TO VIEW OUR WORK IN ALL 4 SPACES CLICK ON THE PICTURE AND DRAG THE MOUSE TO MOVE AROUND THE SPACE. CLICK WHEN AN ARROW APPEARS AND YOU’LL MOVE THROUGH TO THE NEXT ROOM. ZOOM IN OR OUT FOR BETTER VIEW
Obscenity at V22 Ashwin Street in 2006
These paintings were a first attempt to push the subject of the attack on the people of Iraq beyond the sanitised surface of print media by using canvas and raw materials on top of pigment ink and oil paint and scraping the canvas’ down over the brick walls in the street outside the studio. SEE MORE >