more divine matter

Oct. 27, 2021 by

The current gallery manifestation of our Divine matter project – commissioned by Núria Güell as a guest work within her major retrospective Tot order es vol pur at Fabra i

piles and holes

Aug. 12, 2021 by

As we follow the questions and understandings arising from our recent work – from our explorations of the wider connections and perspectives we might perform, through meetings with the material

divine matter

Jun. 25, 2021 by

Our new gallery work Divine Matter is now open, as an invited guest work and intervention within Tot order es vol pur – a retrospective of approaches and project works

a godly tale ?

Mar. 16, 2021 by

We are working on a new gallery project, provoked by an invitation from Spanish artist Núria Güell – who has commissioned us to make a new work, in response to

a work in five episodes

Sep. 9, 2019 by

This week we are opening the doors on to The sky was clearer in those days / El cielo era más claro en aquellos días…  The work is the culmination,

somewhere to look out from

Sep. 1, 2019 by

We are stepping into the final phase of our The sky was clearer in those days / El cielo era más claro en aquellos días process in Madrid. And have

collecting skies

Jun. 28, 2019 by

Beginning to process the many and varied skies – or more precisely, the sky colours – that we collected while in Chile… To find a graphic form for the shifts

autopsy #1

May. 24, 2019 by

We are ending our research and development work here in Chile with a couple of exploratory public events. The first of which was our first public car autopsy… A day-long

walking a world already past

May. 17, 2019 by

Our final days in the Atacama, and as far and as high into the mountains and desert here as our bodies would allow, we reached these salt flats. A national

a very big hole in the ground

May. 11, 2019 by

The first phase of our work on The sky was clearer in those days… is ongoing, with a two-month period of research and development in Chile – facilitated in collaboration

we are the asteroid

Jan. 12, 2019 by

This new year is beginning with a shift of focus, as we turn our heads to a new large-scale piece of work. We have been commissioned by Naves Matadero in