We are two British artists who work in collaboration and together have a broad, cross disciplinary practice which encompasses installations, interventions, large scale projection events, films and photography.

Our approach is predominately site specific with the development of the artwork evolving through a process of research and in response to the context of place, history and community. Through the work we aim to convey or enhance a sense of place, to reveal hidden narratives or create fictional ones. We work with digital media, projection, illusion, light, optics and photography and frequently juxtapose ephemeral media with physical materials and structures to suggest alternative or ambiguous meanings. Observing the movement and flow of people within the space can also inform the nature and configuration of the artwork.

Many of our projects have evolved through a process of engagement and/or collaboration with people from other disciplines such as architects, engineers, programmers and fabricators. We have made work in response to a range of environments such as museums, galleries, heritage sites and the public realm.

Recent projects include Floe - a large scale projection event commissioned for Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Travelling Light commissioned for the National Railway Museum and Illuminating York 2016 and The Reveal, Hadleigh Country Park.