Artists always feed off each other to generate new works, and more often than not, sharing spaces in which to create. We would like to show this correlation in a way that might be easier to see, by allowing the works to generate new forms from the direct relation of our practises. Removing ourselves from the process and allowing the works to talk to each other unfiltered. Bridging the gap between the two opposing mediums through the exchange of information: metal, to sound, to data and back. A conversation or feedback loop between forms in which the public will be able to intervene in directly. Altering the trajectory of the final outcome, by interacting with the discrete components in the studio.
In collaboration with Max Stanley at Tate Exchange: HOW TO SURVIVE AS AN ARTIST IN THE METROPOLIS