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Summer update

If you're planning on spending some of your summer in London then we have a few works on public view; in Bloomsbury, Finsbury Park and Greenwich. Details below>

Here Not Here is our new public artwork in University College London Student Centre on Gordon Street -just next to Bloomsbury Theatre.  The Student Centre is open 24/7. Simply walk in up the central stairs and you will see Here Not Here on the right hand side.  There is also a wall based sculpture by Rachel Whiteread near the information desk so take a look at that too.  More information on Here Not Here can be found on our website:

Our modified feature length movie, The Time Machine in alphabetical order is part of Time Portals exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery slap bang in the middle of Finsbury Park and is showing until the end of October. More information on the exhibition can be found here: and more information on The Time machine in alphabetical order can be found on our website:

Finally, our sculpture Here remains part of The Line sculpture trail for another year and can be found on the south bank of the Thames at the Greenwich meridian.  More information about The Line can be found here: and more information about Here can be found on our website here:

So if it's a sunny day then grab a picnic, your keep cup or a gin in a tin and go take a look at any or all of what we have on show in London just now.

The Perfume Shop | The Ryder, London

Our limited edition perfume Apocalypse will be showing as part of The Perfume Shop exhibition at The Ryder Projects in East London.  Other artists in the exhibition are Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, littlewhitehead, Clara Ursitti and Kentaro Yamada. Private view: Thursday 29th November, 6 – 9 pm and the show runs from 30th November 2018 until 26th January 2019 (Wednesday – Saturday, 12 – 6 pm). So come take a look and a smell if you're nearby.  More info here:

Trace Ingredients, Inverness
OK, we are showing two works (Saffron and Inverness Wall) as part of the group show Trace Ingredients, which is on at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery from 22nd September until 17th November. 

Other artists in the exhibition are Alexander & Susan Maris, Cat Meighan and Clive Brandon.  The PV is this Friday from 6 - 8pm so if you're about come and say hi.

More information on this exhibition here:

I was raised on the Internet

We are showing our karaoke installation More Songs of Innocence And Of Experience and the second installment of our Flat Earth Trilogy, A short film about war in this major group show, which opened yesterday at MCA Chicago and runs through to October 14th 2018. More info on the exhibition here:

We've also written a brief text called, The internet of living things for the catalogue accompanying the show due to be published during the exhibition so watch out for that!  If you're lucky enough to be in Chicago any time soon go take a look at this show.  Wish we could!

Artists talk | TENT Rotterdam

We are giving an artists' talk tomorrow at TENT in Rotterdam from 7pm.  It's FREE, so please do come along. We will be talking about the work we have in the group show AnyTime Now currently showing at TENT and a bunch of other stuff, but we will also be screening the single screen version of Belief which is the third part of our Flat Earth Trilogy.  If you're about please do come along and say hi!  More info here:

Anytime Now | TENT Rotterdam
We will be showing our perfume Apocalypse and our Temporary Index as part of the group exhibition Anytime Now opening Thursday 19th April at the fabulous TENT in Rotterdam.  The other artists in the exhibition are Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Olphaert den Otter and Anton Vrede.  The exhibition runs until 10th June so if you're nearby do go take a look.

More information on the exhibition here:

School of Time, Milan
We are showing a miniature version of our Temporary Index alongside contextual research materials as part of School of Time, which will be at Milan Design Week from 17th to 22nd April courtesy of Z33 House of Contemporary Art.  The other artists contributing to these interactive installations are:

Commonplace, Studio Teis De Greve, Jasmine De Bruycker, Jesse Howard, Tim Knapen, Tobias Revell, Virginia Tassinari, Ive Van Bostraeten, Filip Van Dingenen and Maarten Vanden Eynde

Go take a look if you're nearby!

More information on School of Time here:

More information on Temporary Index here: