The Enemy is Everything that Might Happen- Painting installation, Paradise Row Gallery, London, 2011.
The work turns the rhetorical excess of extreme-come-mainstream contemporary political discourse back on itself. Using wall painting and a series of near illegible paintings who's inspiration is drawn from political signs and posters, the work ramps up the apocalyptic hysteria of right-wing libertarian movements whilst simultaneously laying-bare their proximity to left-wing traditions of protest. The works accelerate the logic of spectacle driven politics to their maxed-out conclusion. Interlacing text and image, one sees the very principles of Western society being torn apart and mashed up, used and abused, regardless of their political thrust.