Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths – Joseph Campbell


This work explores the idea that our surroundings both internally and externally are sculpted through oral (the mouth) and aural (the ear) muscles. This concept is used to consider place, collectivity and materiality with the potential to produce a new language of informal architecture.

The collective tongue is our current research project. The research is being formed through workshops, exhibitions and events.

Research history
Workshop with Bergen Academy of Art, Norway
Solo Exhibition, Errant Bodies, Berlin
Workshop with Sir John Cass school of Art and Design, London
Conversation with Social Sculpture Research Unit Oxford Brooks university, Oxford
Presentation at Situations’ Lunch Club, Bristol
Exhibition Cities Methodologies, UCL, London
Workshop and performance, The Art of Nature conference, Birmingham