Site specific installation “And at what cost came the harvest” at @a_room_with_no_view in London. 

“And At What Cost Came The Harvest is a site-specific work created for a room with no view playing with apocalyptic languages as a way of turning the building into a monument or doomsday sign. The proximity of the work is central to its setting in London, in the particular time, place and political/environmental collapse. The language moves across different registers and be understood as a proposition/condemnation or exclamation of spiritual fervour. The building itself cries out to its surroundings.”