Stuff we've done in the past


Lake Swim. Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Video screening & live art performance.


Earth Wind & Fire My Arse. Kidwelly [WALES]. Artist film screenings & live art performances, International Conference of Contemporary Cast Iron Art.

2009 Lake Swim. Coniston Water, Cumbria [ENGLAND]. Video shoot & live art performance. Supported by: Arts Council England.
2009 Brother_Ship Mother_Ship Container_Ship. Gdansk [POLAND]. Three-day programme comprising a lecture, artist films & live art events. Supported by: Arts Council England, Bar Absinthe, La Dolce Vita, Klub Aktor.
2009 Strategy one action one Ganghut laser disk. Aberdeenshire [SCOTLAND]. Lecture tour, live art performances, installation & artist films. Supported by: Ganghut, Scottish Sculpture Workshop.
2009 Cowboy Paradise. Alvinos Bar, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Video, audio.
2008 The Atlanta Experiment. Georgia State University, Atlanta [USA]. Live art performance. Supported by: Georgia State University.
2008 Asleep At The Tall Trees. New York City [USA]. Video shoot & live art performances. Supported by: Arts Council England North East.

1st Lumsden International Artists’ Film & Live Art Expo 2008. Lumsden, Aberdeenshire [SCOTLAND]. Film & Live Art presentations at a primary school & public house. Supported by: Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden School, The Lumsden Arms.

2005 Project Lazienki. Regus, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND] & Warsaw [POLAND]. Four-week residency. Supported by: Arts Council England, North East.
2002 12/12. Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Video work by five artists. Supported by: Tyneside Cinema, North Tyneside Arts, spookmedia.
1999 EuroCowboy.Former What Everyone Wants store, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Three-week residency for six European artists. Supported by: Grainger Town Project, Northern Arts, The Arts Council of England, Baltic B4B Programme, Newcastle City Council, Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland, The Arts Council of Ireland, Digitalis (ISIS Arts), Locus+, Nexus, Newcastle Airport, Storey, Sons & Parker, Waygood Gallery, The Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Newcastle Irish Centre.
1999   Isolated Elements Swimming in the Same Direction for the Purpose of Understanding Architecture and Some Comfort Gained from the Acceptance of the Inherent Lines in Everything. Lecture/performance/workshop - part of Winterschool 99 architecture conference, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND].
1998 Elysian Field.The Mill of Noth, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire [SCOTLAND]. Temporary installation by three artists sited in a disused farmhouse in rural Aberdeenshire. Supported by: Scottish Sculpture Workshop.
1998 Carry On Cowboy. Jakks Bar, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Visual Art, Live Art, Live Poetry, Artists Films, Live Music.
1998   Un-professional practice. Lecture/performance/discussion, Fine Art Department, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]; Grays School of Art, Aberdeen [SCOTLAND].
1996 Shop. 7 Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Thematic exhibition by eight UK artists sited in a vacant retail unit. Supported by: Newcastle City Council, University of Sunderland, Northern Arts, University of Northumbria, Northern Sights, Storey, Sons & Parker, Locus+.
1996 CowboyFest 96. Five nights of live events featuring: Theatre, Contemporary Film, Live Poetry, Live Art and Live Music.
1995 SALE. 15 Bigg Market, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. Exhibition of new site-specific work by eleven Newcastle based artists in a vacant retail unit. Supported by: Northern Arts, Newcastle City Council, Zone Gallery, Chestertons, University of Northumbria.
  Four Cases of Kunst. Cafe Jo, Berlin Mitte [GERMANY]. Five UK artists. Supported by: Northern Arts, Café Jo.
1994 Spot the Difference - New Work 94. 15 Bigg Market, Newcastle upon Tyne [ENGLAND]. New works by five artists in a vacant retail unit. Supported by: Northern Arts, Newcastle City Council, Zone Gallery, Chestertons, University of Northumbria.
1993 St. Nicholas Day Massacre. 24 hour exhibition in vacant house in Newcastle’s West End [ENGLAND].