LOST, 2009-2011, HD Video Installation, 19mins. Cell Project Space, 2011.
From PAUL O'KANE'S Review "We follow their explorations, again through the eyepiece of a hand-held HD camera,assisted now and then by a torch, into nooks and crannies, beneath beds, behind radiators, on top of kitchen cupboards and in places for which there is no name but all of which seem pretty filthy, chaotic and unpleasant. HD and its zooming, macro eye provide a forensic, hi-tec quality to the domestic archaeology and enhance a narrative otherwise so
dull it could make us walk away. But it occasionally culminates in little moments of triumph when something of significance is discovered, even if it is only old nail clippers
or long-lost sunglasses. Then we see hands enter the frame, grasping these finds and dragging them back into circulation from historical obscurity. These moments are also
gilded with the sound of ecstatic young voices, captured on built-in mic in moments of infectious celebration that posterity might treasure, like throwaway snapshots we never
throw away. As a result, the audience vicariously – and somewhat ludicrously- shares in
the strange pleasures of this low-life taxonomy and arcane archaeology. "