Two screen video installation with stereo sound, 8 mins, 2010.
The footage on one screen is of the petrol station shot in 2001, on the other screen are the same views re-shot nine years later. The subtitles on each screen appear to be having a sardonic conversation with each other about fonts, the weather, the passing of time, music and silence, why an artist would want to re-make a video work nine years after making it, personal and artistic regret, and failure. Commissioned by Durham Art Gallery.
Purchased in 2015 by The Arts Council Collection.
Natasha Lamb (Natasha Lamb blog). 28/11/2012 article referencing the work.
Andy Johnson (Art in Liverpool website). 9/11/2012 review of the work.
Laura Davis (Metro). 12/10/2012 review of the work.
Mark Sheerin (Culture24 website). 19/10/2010 review of the work.
Bellevue Holiday at Exeter Spacex (ArtsCulture website). 2/10/2010 article referencing the work.