Artworks

2016

The Least of the Doorkeepers (It is Possible but Not at the Moment)
Borders, Barriers, Walls, MUMA, Melbourne, Australia.

Nine Contemporary Lines & how to do them
Drawing
, Artery Studios, Melbourne, Australia.

The Public is Touching (The Iron Fist in the Rubber Glove)
Sorry You Missed Me, Royal College of Art Galleries, London, UK.

Closed to the Public (Protecting Space)
During the Exhibition the Gallery Will be Closed
, Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, Germany.

No More Public Space, Only Public Order (Water Cannon)
MONA FOMA and Kelly’s Garden Curated Projects, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Australia.

2015

Ordering the Public
Performing Public Art Festival, Vienna Biennale, Vienna, Austria.

2014

Closed to the Public (Protecting Space)
Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, August, 2014, Melbourne, Australia.

Nothing to See Here (Dispersal)
Festival of Live Art, Arts House, 23 March, 2014, Melbourne, Australia.

2013

Nothing to See Here (Removal of Sydney Harbour Bridge)
The 2013 Substation Contemporary Art Prize Exhibition
, The Substation, 18 October–17 November, 2013, Newport, Melbourne, Australia.

Nothing to See Here (All that is Solid Melts into Air)
Vantage Point
, The Substation, 30 August–6 October, 2013, Newport, Melbourne, Australia.

Nothing to See Here (Removal of Sydney Harbour Bridge)
Underbelly Arts Festival, 3–4 August, 2013, Cockatoo Island, Sydney, Australia.

Site Dedicated to the Active Effacement and Complete Disregard of History
Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 24–27 January, 2013, Moabit, Berlin, Germany.

2012

Ibrahim the Algorithm
The Mathematics of Small Numbers
, Footscray Community Arts Centre, 1 September–14 October, 2012, Footscray, Melbourne, Australia.

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