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PROJECTS (S, M, L & XL)

2017

No new art work pieces will be produced for 1 year.

2016

Centro de Ontología Nacional, (Solo exhibition) Casa Maauad, Mexico City, Mexico, December 2016 – January 2017

Sort Of, Um.., It seems, Maybe, Edition of embroidered patches, mural and flyer, bumpersticker, neon sign, July 2016 –

Future Artist-Maker, Derry, Limerick, and Madrid, November 2016 – 2017

Michael Collin's Nose (Job), Proposal for the 2022–3 Centenary, 2016

Last Sign of Occupy, 2012 – 6

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

Life's a Beach (Art imitates life), Gable end mural, 2016, Derry, Northern Ireland

Another Artworld Is Possible If You Want It (take on Simon Sheikh (after Peter Coffin's take on Tom Marioni (after Bruce Nauman))), 2016 –

Con(ceptual) Artist's Calling Card (Financial Ambitions), 10x12cm digital print on paper, stretcher bars for Imago Mundi, 2016

2015

The Bush Bazaar, Video, chapters in a series of videos about my experience in Afghanistan, April 2015

Blacks on Blondes, Mark Rothko (Rothko in Interracial Gangbang), NSFW abstract video, October 2015

The Origin of the World (after Courbet, after Ross), Instagram, 2015

Ultimate 3-in-1 Irish Painting Mash-up (Scully, Scott, le Brocquy), Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas, boxes of tea, and intervention, Dublin, September 2015

"A plain html link for Facebook." Under The Radar, with Charlotte Bosanquet, Jane Butler, Paul McAree, Tonya McMullan Andy Parker, Jim Ricks, Amanda Rice. Curated by Michele Horrigan, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, June 2015

"Carpet Bombing", Telling Lies, Rua Red, with Terry Atkinson, Alan Butler, Cliona Harmey, Eva & Franco Mattes, Theresa Nanigian, Jane Queally, Jim Ricks, Martha Rosler, Sean Synder, Suzanne Treister, curated by Paul McAree, April – May 2015

Alien Invader Super Baby (Synchromaterialism IV), Solo exhibition, Onomatopee, Eindhoven, May – June 2015 #synchromaterialism

2014

My Anaconda Will Tear Us Apart, An inappropriation mash-up, 2015

$2 ASCII Portrait Studio (and ASCII awareness centre), A collaborative piece with Kevin Bouton-Scott, AHA Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico, September 13, 2014

Do you wonder how long it takes to deliver your speech? (Synchromaterialism 3¼) Foaming at the Mouth #1, Curated by Emer Lynch and Tracy Hannah, June 18, 2014.

What's Black and White and Red All Over?, The Atrium, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, June 2014

ASCII AndreA 'live' HTML reproduction of one of Carl Andre's typewriter-made concrete poems (Departure from Merida) converted by an online image to ASCII generator. 2014

24 LOL (‐^▽^‐), Curated and invigilated by Saoirse Wall and Eimear Walshe on/over a 2x3x.67m space at their home, May 3 – 4, 2014

Thank you for your Submission, Leixlip Library, Co. Kildare, April 2014

Bin Laden's Hideout, Woven custom carpet, 2013, Shown at JUSTMAD Art Fair, Madrid, February 2014

Everything must go now: One day of tastes, sights, and sounds, The closing event for Bubblewrap Game: Hugh Lane, part of the Sleepwalkers series, with James Barry, Robin Hoshino and Kevin Powell of Gruel Guerilla, David Eager Maher, Padraic E. Moore, and Jim Ricks, The Hugh Lane: Dublin City Gallery, Saturday, January 18th, 2014, 1 — 4pm

2013

"Additional Seating", Temple Bar Gallery + Studios are Dead, with Barbara Knezevic, Sean Meehan, Prinz Gholam, Jim Ricks, Iain Sinclair, Josh Tonsfeldt, curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, 22 November 2013 – 25 January 2014

Bubblewrap Game: Hugh Lane, Solo exhibition, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, October 2013 – February 2014 #synchromaterialism #sleepwalkers

The Future of the LUAS, poster with Fergus O'Neill, 2013. Proposed to LUAS and shown in The Event of the Line, Drive-By Projects, Waterford, MA, 2014

"Wu Tang Forever", Free Wu Tang tattoos, with Toby Caldicott, Sluice Art Fair, London, October 2013

POST-IT, Poster project, Dundee, Scotland, August – September 2013

I Like Ireland and Ireland Likes Me, Three day perfomance with wool blanket, hurley, and a weasel, 2013 #unrealised

The Son of the Man Who Saves the World, with Andrew Salomone, The Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon Co. Clare, March – April 2013

This one time in Sleepwalkers at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, me, Clodagh Emoe, Lee Welch, Linda Quinlan, Sean Lynch, and Gavin Murphy made an exhibit or something. #sleepwalkers

Nehmen sie TUMBLR ernst, es lohnt sich!, 6th Annual 126 Members' show, selected by Katherine Waugh, January – February 2013

Exceptionally Great: Small Monuments (Synchromaterialism II), Solo exhibition, The Black Mariah, Triskel Art Centre, Cork, 27 January – 9 March 2013 #synchromaterialism

2012

Museum of Everyday Art: An Artless Exhibition, Solo exhibition, Tactic, Cork, November 28 – December 9 2012 #artless

"The Man With the Golden Gun", Turn to Red, with Stephen Gunning, Maryam Jafri, Sean Lynch, and Suzanne Treister, curated by Paul McAree/Flood, 3 James Joyce St, Dublin, 24 November 2012 – 26 January 2013

The most important plinth in Ireland, Jim Ricks, Gallery 8, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Autumn 2012 #sleepwalkers

"The Dolmen Show", Futures 12, Royal Hibernian Academy, with Lucy Andrews, Peter Burns, Caoimhe Kilfeather, Ed Miliano, and Stephanie Rowe, September – October 2012 #dolmen

Bounce-off (Jeremy Deller's Sacrilege vs. Jim Ricks's Poulnabrone Bouncy Dolmen), Grove Playing Fields, York Road, Belfast, August 26, 2012

Ninety Nine Percent for Art (99%4ART), with Carol Anne Connolly, The Dock Shed, Galway, February 2012 #compostmodern

Endless User Generated Content, Facebook profile picture, 2012–13

2011

Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want: The Epistemology of fine Art in Popular Culture, Solo exhibition,Peanut Gallery, Chicago, November 20th – December 18th, 2011 #compostmodern

Taking Eames, 2011

"Gray Area", A Collection of Lovers Lost Mistakes III, a project by The Black Mariah, at Broadstone Studios, Dublin, September 16 – October 8, 2011

Continuous Endless Column (Endless Column, Constantin Brancusi), Galway Arts Festival 2011; Annuale 2012, Edinburgh; Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane 2013, 2011 – 13 #compostmodern

Gable End New York, Mural for the Roadside Tavern, Lisdoonvarna, 2011

Living, Dreaming, Going, 2011

Ducati Model 271, with The Black Mariah at Terminal Convention, Cork International Airport, March 2011

"Institutionalising the Critique of the Institutional Critique (Black Square, Kasimir Malevich, 1915)", Out of a Box, 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway, January 2011 #compostmodern

2010

Semio Not, Ready Mades and light installation, EIGHT, Galway, December 2010 – January 2011

The Banner of Post-war Modernism (Mark Rothko, Black on Maroon, 1958), Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, December 2010

Do not use weapons of mass destruction. Any unit that chooses to use weapons of mass destruction will face swift and severe retribution by Coalition forces.  Unit commanders will be held accountable if weapons of mass destruction are used, for Stephanie Syjuco's Shadowshop, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, November 2010 – March 2011

Synchromaterialism, Solo exhibition, Pallas Contemporary Projects, October 2010 #synchromaterialism

I Rescued JFK, Conceptual t-shirt idea, 2010 –

Yo llo mmot, Solo exhibition, Occupy Space, Limerick, September 2010

Poulnabrone Bouncy Dolmen, Touring public art piece, First supported by the Galway County Council, August 2010 –

"caparufftrotskyriverahirsschorngoyasontagmolloycapa", Enrage, Curated by Ian McInerney for the Galway Arts Festival, The White Room Gallery, July 13 – 30 2010 #protosynchromaterialism

"5-5-05", Ready Made: European Tour, Shunt, London; Stattbad, Berlin; Molesworth Gallery, Dublin, Summer 2010

"Docks Mauer", Docks Discourse, 126, Artist-run Galleryand the Galway Docks, Galway, June 2010

Féach, A proposal for a temporary Contemporary Visual Arts Centre in Galway City’s docklands, Galway, 2010#unrealised

"A Shanty We Can Believe In", Video Killed the Radio Star, Royal Hibernian Academy, 2010

2009

I'm Jim Ricks B*tch! (vandalism. Frightening that it lasted this long), Online intervention, November 2009 – March 2010

Copystand: Autonomous Manufacturing Zone, Conceived & organized by Stephanie Syjuco for Frieze Projects, 2009

Erase you (The Commissar Vanishes), Cut magazine. 2009

Onward Christian Crawling Soldier, 2009

Poulnabrone Pebbledashed Dolmen (Cowboy Dolmen), with Dave Callan, Installation for “Outside: Insight”, Co. Galway, 2009

14th January 2009 (We will say it has nothing to do with us), Artlink ‘New Art Award 2009’ and the Earagail Festival Fort Dunree, Buncrana, Co. Donegal, July – August, 2010

The World Shrinks for Those Who Own It, Galway Arts Centre, 2009

"Mike G...", This Must Be the Place, IMOCA (Irish Museum of Contemporary Art), 2009

The Life and Times of Lillian Virginia Mountweazel, Curated by Davey Moore, Monster Truck, 2009

2008

Between Oireachtas and a Hard Place, Áras Éanna, Inis Oírr, Co. Galway, 2008

"Homage to the 1st International Dada Fair", Delusion, Galway Arts Festival, July 12 – 27, 2008 #compostmodern

Requiem, 2008 #video

An American's Portrait of Ireland on the Cusp of the End of the Celtic Tiger, Temporary assemblage (all consumed) with an American artist., Galway, 2009

2007

Monument to Speaking Your Mind, National University of Ireland, Galway 2007 – 08

Poulnabrone Village, Co. Clare October – November 2007

Qu et Ho p t l Zone, Proposal for a monument, 2007 #unrealised

EvenOdd, MFA show, Burren College of Art, April 2007

Jim Ricks Woz 'Ere, 126, January 2007

2006 and earlier

Within and Without, Tulca, Galway, November 2006

Shanty Scraper
, The Castle Show, Newtown Castle, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, 2005–6

Hyphy monument (It was real, it was fun, but it wasn't real fun), Offramp Studios, Oakland, August 2005

The E&J Show, Overload Studios, Oakland, February 2004

Black Crown 2: The TIE Issue, Full colour 64 page internationally distributed magazine, 2004

Jim Ricks Must Go, Solo exhibition, Degree show, California College of the Arts (and Crafts), May 2002

4orum, series of talks and events, California College of the Arts (and Crafts) and offsite, 2001 – 2002

Classical Corner (When in Rome), Installation with bronze sculpture, velvet pillow, plinth, placard, mixed media painting and Midi sound, CCA, Oakland, 1999

Time 2 Bomb, Self published book or maybe just a high level zine, 1998

The Joy of Life, Photograph, 1998

 

 

Synchromaterialism (ongoing)

Jim Ricks

Alien Invader Super Baby (Synchromaterialism VI), Publication, Onomatopee, 2017

Centro de Ontología Nacional, (with Synchromaterialism V) Casa Maauad, Mexico City, Mexico, December 2016 – January 2017

Alien Invader Super Baby (Synchromaterialism IV), Solo exhibition, Onomatopee, Eindhoven, Netherlands, May – June 2015

Do you wonder how long it takes to deliver your speech? (Synchromaterialism 3¼) Foaming at the Mouth #1, Curated by Emer Lynch and Tracy Hannah, June 18, 2014.

Bubblewrap Game: Hugh Lane, Solo exhibition, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, October 2013 – February 2014

Exceptionally Great: Small Monuments (Synchromaterialism II), Solo exhibition, The Black Mariah, Triskel Art Centre, Cork, 27 January – 9 March 2013

Synchromaterialism, Solo exhibition, Pallas Contemporary Projects, October 2010

"caparufftrotskyriverahirsschorngoyasontagmolloycapa", Enrage, Curated by Ian McInerney for the Galway Arts Festival, The White Room Gallery, July 13 – 30 2010 #protosynchromaterialism

 

 

In Search of The Truth (ongoing)

Jim Ricks

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.

 

 

CURATION

2017-8

Public art commission with Kamau Patton, Palo Alto (Forthcoming)

2016

Bleed gallery, with Helen Blake, Susan MacWilliam, Jeremy Deller, Mark O'Kelly, and more, NAS, 2/3 Mary's Abbey, March – September 2016

2015

After Photography, Ready Made. Auto-curated, The Sarah Pierce Gallery, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin 2
March 4, 2015

42, With Marcel Broodthaers, Joseph Bueys, Ian Hamilton Finlay, On Kawara, Ellsworth Kelly, and Bruce Nauman, DIY archive Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Spring 2016

2014

JUSTMAD 5 Art Fair, with Mark Cullen, Hannah Fitz, Gillian Lawler, David Eager Maher, Marie McKinney, Jim Ricks and Marcel Vidal, Madrid, 19 – 23 February 2014

Everything must go now: One day of tastes, sights, and sounds, The closing event for Bubblewrap Game: Hugh Lane, part of the Sleepwalkers series, with James Barry, Jeremy Deller, Robin Hoshino and Kevin Powell of Gruel Guerilla, David Eager Maher, Padraic E. Moore, and Jim Ricks, The Hugh Lane: Dublin City Gallery, Saturday, January 18th, 2014, 1 — 4pm #sleepwalkers

Savage State, James Barry (1741 – 1806) and David Eager Maher (1979 – present), curated by Jim Ricks as part of the Sleepwalkers series, Sculpture Hall of The Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, January 2014

2013

Sluice Art Fair, with Nina Amazing, Maggie Madden, Jim Ricks and Marcel Vidal, 19 – 20 October 2013, London

#untitled, New work by Marcel Vidal, Basic Space, Dublin, 20 September – 10 October 2013

What's on your mind?, Nina Amazing, Moira Brady, Michelle Doyle, Bríd Egan, Margot Kenny, Chris Leach, Jonathan Mayhew, Grace McEvoy, Sarah Likes Mixtapes, Linda Monks, Jessica Margurte Murphy, Alcide Nikopol, Esteban Ruiz, Iosaf Seosamh, and Saoirse Wall. Curated by Jim Ricks, The Sarah Pierce Gallery, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin 2, April 11, 2013 #unauthorised

FLOORONEGALLERY, a curatorial project in the 1st floor atrium, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, featuring solo exhibitions by Chanelle Walshe, John Ryan, and Hannah Fitz. 2013

2012

Future Perfect, Asylumarchive, Gemma Browne, Fiona Chambers, Carol Anne Connolly, Paul Doherty, Mark Durkan, John Gayer, Raine Hozier Byrne, Moze Jacobs, Myra Jago, Bartosz Kolata, Eoin Mac Lochlainn, Shelly McDonnell, Ian McInerney, Caroline McNally, Lorraine Neeson, Bláthnaid Ní Mhurchú, Thomas O'Brien, Tadhg Ó Cuirrín, Peter O'Kennedy, Fergus O'Neill, Ethna O'Regan, Lynda Phelan, Ben Sloat, Chris Timms, Chanelle Walshe, and Lee Welch. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, From the 6th of December 2012 #sleepwalkers

Nuevo mundo: Contesting Territory (An unauthorised exhibition), Alejandro Cartagena, Hans Gremmen and an anonymous Casta Painter, Text by Kobena Mercer, Sunday October 7th, 12 – 5pm, Dublin City Gallery/The Hugh Lane #unauthorised #sleepwalkers

Apposite Extravaganza: Cheating Progress, Part of the Volvo Ocean Race Galway, With work by: 126 Artist-Run Gallery, Nina Amazing, Aideen Barry, John Brady, Michelle Browne, Carol Anne Connolly, Roisin Coyle, Dorothy Cross, Benjamin de Burca, Economic Thought Projects, Simon Fleming, Ann Maria Healy, Martin Healy, John Herrick, Ken Lee, Maggie Madden, Louise Manifold, Fiona Murray, Angela O’Brien, Occupy Galway, Tadhg O'Cuirrin, Roisin O’Sullivan, Sheila Rennick, Amy Taylor, and Sarah Quick. Exchange House, Fairgreen Road, Galway (Adjacent to the Radisson and Revenue), June 30 – July 8, 2012

2011

Death & Sensuality, A group exhibition of contemporary Irish artists: Nina Amazing, Roisin Byrne, Alan Butler, Benjamin DeBurca, Breda Lynch, James McCann, Leo McCann, Tom Molloy, Not Abel and Alan Phelan.
312 Valencia St., San Francisco, November 4th – December 3rd 2011

Vis-a-vis, Ella de Burca, Ann Maria Healy, Steve McCarthy, Angela O’Brien, Lesley Ann O’Connell, Tadhg O’Cuirín, Noilin O'Kelly and Jim Ricks, The Niland Gallery, for the Galway Arts Festival, July 2011

Gathering, with Kai Cafe + Restaurant, July 6th, 2011, The Niland Gallery, Conceived with Chef Jess Murphy

Everything Must Finally Fall, Declan Clarke, The Niland Gallery, Merchants Road, Galway, 12th – 28th May 2011

2010

Art @ Eight, a series of solo exhibitions including new work by Cecilia Danell, Nina Amazing, Carol Anne Connolly, and Not Abel, Dock Rd., Galway, 2010 – 11

2009

Between Me and Galway Bay, Ken Fandell for Tulca, 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway, November 2009

How Do You Know?, group show of 16 emerging Irish artists with James Hayes, Vera Klute, Padraig Robinson, etc., Blankspace Gallery in Oakland, CA, August 2009

It’s About Time, Hank Willis Thomas, 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway, July 2009

Unsolicited Fabrications, Stephanie Syjuco, Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin, May 2009

2008

D A D A L E N I N, Rainer Ganahl for Galway Arts Festival, 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway, 14 – 27 July 2008

Sacred and Profane, Group show with Hank Willis Thomas, Alika Cooper, Laura Plageman, Chris Lux, etc., 126 Artist-run Gallery, April – May 2008

A long walk off a short pier, Brian Duggan, 126 Artist-run Gallery, March – April, 2008

 

 

SLEEPWALKERS

Sleepwalkers was curated by Michael Dempsey and Logan Sisley with Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll for the Dublin City Gallery: The Hugh Lane, 2012 – 14. It was a two year project in which six artists – Clodagh Emoe, Jim Ricks, Sean Lynch, Linda Quinlan, Lee Welch and Gavin Murphy – have collectively used the museum as a place for research. Blog here. This process resulted in each artist developing a solo exhibition at The Hugh Lane and a Sleepwalkers publication.

Bubblewrap Game: Hugh Lane, Solo exhibition, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, October 2013 – February 2014. Closed with Everything must go now: One day of tastes, sights, and sounds, with James Barry, Jeremy Deller, Robin Hoshino and Kevin Powell of Gruel Guerilla, David Eager Maher, Padraic E. Moore, and Jim Ricks, The Hugh Lane: Dublin City Gallery, Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Continuous Endless Column (Endless Column, Constantin Brancusi), Galway Arts Festival 2011; Annuale 2012, Edinburgh; Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane 2013, 2011 – 13

This one time in Sleepwalkers at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, me, Clodagh Emoe, Lee Welch, Linda Quinlan, Sean Lynch, and Gavin Murphy made an exhibit or something.

Future Perfect, Asylumarchive, Gemma Browne, Fiona Chambers, Carol Anne Connolly, Paul Doherty, Mark Durkan, John Gayer, Raine Hozier Byrne, Moze Jacobs, Myra Jago, Bartosz Kolata, Eoin Mac Lochlainn, Shelly McDonnell, Ian McInerney, Caroline McNally, Lorraine Neeson, Bláthnaid Ní Mhurchú, Thomas O'Brien, Tadhg Ó Cuirrín, Peter O'Kennedy, Fergus O'Neill, Ethna O'Regan, Lynda Phelan, Ben Sloat, Chris Timms, Chanelle Walshe, and Lee Welch. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, From the 6th of December 2012

Nuevo mundo: Contesting Territory (An unauthorised exhibition), Alejandro Cartagena, Hans Gremmen and an anonymous Casta Painter, Text by Kobena Mercer, Sunday October 7th, 12 – 5pm, Dublin City Gallery/The Hugh Lane

The most important plinth in Ireland, Jim Ricks, Gallery 8, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Autumn 2012

 

 

UNREALISED

Psychedelic love songs will be played on an electric Aztec Spider Guitar for 72 hours, 2016

The hood of a 1986 Volkswagen Beatle will be painted with the 1966 haircuts of The Beatles, 2016

2000 Frida Kahlo Lucha Libre masks will be manufactured and sold wholesale in Mexico City, 2016

Quinceanera trapo dress, 2016 

On June 21st, for all daylight hours, a monumental mariachi sombrero will be placed over the Piedra del Sol at the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City, 2016

Battersea Mosque, 2016

Tayto Peace Process, Proposed mural for Derry, Northern Ireland, 2016 #fooddoodz

Honda Civic Centre, 2016

Knot for everyone, Proposal for '3D' Mural as part of BBC documentary (Unrealised), Lord Street, East Belfast, 2016

Stating the Obvious: The Luck of the Irish, Proposal for a motorway Percent for Arts Scheme (Unrealised), 2015

Funding Acknowledgment, A proposed 'tramp stamp' tattoo, Inappropriation, Participant and funding needed, Human body, 2015

Curry favour, Inappropriation light sculpture for European office building, 2015

The 44th President of the United States (Selfie Schtick), 2015

Eternal Flame (for Derry), 2014

The Flood of Atlantis (Plato's Giant Head), Public stone sculpture in a flooding river, 2014

The Red Handshake of Ulster, Commercial plastic signs, both sides of the 'peace wall' in Belfast, 2014

The Sound of One Hand Clapping App, Smartphone app, 2013–14

Bicycle Built for Two: Google 9000, Proposal for Google Bus design competition, 2013

Generic Sculpture, Sculpture idea for simultaneous unrelated multiple locations, 2013

Uachtar Reoite: C.R.E.A.M. rises to the top, 2013

Immigrant Reception Centre, Part of my 'Sincerity Pavilion', An action, Venice Biennale, Italy, 2013

Gurriers in Dublin (California), An action, a situation, and a non-narrative video, 2013

I Have Seen the Future of the Art World and it Doesn't Work, Installation and performance, 2013

Bouncy Brancusi, Inflatable public sculpture, 2012 – 13

You are assessed for street repairs – $40 per house – $115 per hotel, Unrealised public art installation in an Irish town, 2012

Israeli Soldiers Drinking Palestinian Beer, Proposal for video installation, 2012.

Windmill of Death, Proposal for Public Art Commission in the Netherlands (Unrealised) 2012.

Ghost Ride in a Ghost Estate, Proposal for auto-spectacle, 2012.

White Lady on the Rock, Proposal for Public Art Commission, numerous locations in Dublin, 2012

Behan into Bullets, Proposal for Public Art (De) Commission, 2012

Into the North or The Horror or Croí an Dorchadais II (Heart of Darkness II), Journey and video work, 2011 – 13

The Nature of a Motorway, Proposal for Motorway Percent for Arts Scheme, 2011

Out with the Elephant, Out with the Ass, We Need a Party for the Working Class, To be in any major commercial art fair, 2010 – 13

Nuclear Sud, Public sculpture/fountain, 2009 – 13

Free Trade X-Ray, 2008

We Make Bread Not Profits, 2007 – 15

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