ET AL. (2008). altruistic studies_Interstitial Zones Historical Facts, Archaeologies of the Present and Dialectics of Seeing [large scale installation] (No. Of Pieces: ‘altruistic_studies_no vote’ [large scale, installation]: 20 temporary partitions, 20 military dutch body bags stretched as screens, 8 woven plastic mats, 10 fabricated metal voting booths, 20 A1 posters with handwritten texts, integrated google earth projection with inserted animation, 1 data projector, 3 speakers with integrated sound component) [Exhibition]. Argos Centre for Art and Media, , Belgium.
ET AL. (2009). that’s obvious! that’s right! that’s true! [solo large scale, multi-media installation] (No. Of Pieces: installation: 4 fabricated folding metal voting booths, 4 army ground mats, 4 wooden fabricated projection screens, 8 incubators – fabricated metal trolleys with wheels and unattached Perspex lid, 8 cardboard models, 7 letter boards attached to incubators, 18 foam cushions inside incubators, cardboard models rest on top, 10 White hand painted number boards, 6 x hoardings for Tino Rangatiratanga – 1800mm x 2400mm approx each, 4 x hoarding boards – no free gift! – 1800mm x 2400mm approx each, 5.5 metre extendable steel … Read More
ET AL. (2013).many-to-many, Freedom Farmers: New Zealand Artists Growing Ideas, Auckland Art Gallery,Toi O Tamaki, [large scale, multi-media installation], 26 October 2013 – 23 February 2014. Curator, Natasha Conland. Included a 7 day collaboration with chorographer Sean Curham (NZ) (No. Of Pieces: multi-media installation: 50 adapted (painted & inscribed) office chairs on rollers, 15 metal fabricated extendable (telescopic) steel poles, 15 fabricated bases, 20 sandbags, 10 A4 billboards, temporary fencing diamond fencing 3.3m x 13.2m and security mesh, 6 swiss balls, 100 helium balloons).