We have been designing and activating solutions for our clients for over 18 years. Some of our commissions have been exhibited and performed in major contemporary art galleries, while others are simply displayed in our clients' homes and offices.
The case studies below illustrate a selection of our most popular solution commissions to date.
resident @ Chapter Cardiff
We created a new range of solutions for visitors to Chapter in Cardiff during our solo presentation at the Gallery. We missed meetings on behalf of 100 clients, we slept on behalf of visitors to the exhibition for £1 and we felt guilty on behalf of everyone for the duration of the 6 week exhibition. See documentation here
WITH @ Rokeby London
In our first exhibition at Rokeby London we presented a series of client case studies including evidence of a WITH agent doing nothing on behalf of the gallery director. We also presented fictional evidence of 30 years of world travel performed on behalf of a client and documentation of us exercising on behalf of various people. See more here
homespace @ V&A & Arts Gallery London
We combined two projects for this commission. At the V&A we exercised on behalf of the public in the Cast Court rooms and then we adapted the resulting documentation to create the impression that we'd produced a fantastic educational project from the initiative (which we hadn't!). See more here including a special piece of community rap music!
Fusion Now! @ Rokeby London
We were asked by art critic JJ Charlesworth to respond to the potential of Nuclear Fusion as a future energy source for this group exhibition at Rokeby featuring artists Liam Gillick, Mark Titchner, John Russell, John Latham and Laura Grace Ford. We decided to create an imaginary advertising agency called 'G' who were pitching to create a campaign for our drinks brand WITH Water. They're big idea was to transport an Iceberg to London and catch the melting water in bottles... See their designs here!
AND @ Artprojx Space London
We were asked by curator David Gryn to create an imaginary fund as an artwork for display in his temporary gallery space on Beauchamp Place in Knightsbridge. The result was the hugely successful AND: A New Fund for New Times - shares are still available if interested. See the exhibition here!
chaseme with SOMA Magazine
We were commissioned by journalist Laura Schooling to create a buzz around her career so we photographed her paparazzi style around the streets of New York. Images were published in the US style magazine SOMA. See more here