Centro de Ontología Nacional, Casa Maauad, Mexico City, Mexico, December 2016 – January 2017
Um... (from We Don't Know series), Mural in Santa Maria la Ribera, Mexico City, with René Hernández, 2016
Future Artist-Maker, Derry, Limerick, and Madrid, November 2016 – 2017
Life's a Beach (Art Imitates Life), gable end mural, Abercorn Rd. Derry NI, 2016. Supported by a FabLab Nerve Centre residency co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, and UV Arts.
In Search of the Truth, a long-term, public, collaborative Cause Collective project with Ryan Alexiev, myself, Will Sylvester, and Hank Willis Thomas. Our giant inflatable speech-bubble video recording booth is travelling the world looking for peoples' truths. So far we've been to Ireland, Afghanistan, Cape Town, Miami, Silicon Valley, Cleveland, Brooklyn, a 2016 US tour, and a number of places in between.
The Bush Bazaar, Video, Chapters in a series of videos about my experience in Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan, April 2015
May 18th 2016 marks the 10 year Anniversary of the Closure of the Fruit of the Loom Factory in Buncrana and all I got was this Lousy T shirt, flag and event, Buncrana Town Council, Co. Donegal, 18 May 2016. Supported by a FabLab Nerve Centre residency co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Tayto Peace Process, Proposed mural for Derry, Northern Ireland, 2016 (unrealised) #fooddoodz
Thank You For Your Submission, Leixlip Library, Co. Kildare, April 2014
"Additional Seating", Temple Bar Gallery + Studios are Dead curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, 22 November 2013 – 25 January 2014
Exceptionally Great: Small Monuments (Synchromaterialism II), Solo exhibition, The Black Mariah, Triskel Art Centre, Cork, 27 January – 9 March 2013
"The Dolmen Show", Futures 12, Royal Hibernian Academy, September – October 2012
Synchromaterialism, Solo exhibition, Pallas Contemporary Projects, October 2010
Poulnabrone Bouncy Dolmen, Touring public project, August 2010 – present. First supported by the Galway County Council.
Poulnabrone Pebbledashed Dolmen (Cowboy Dolmen) with Dave Callan, July – September 2009