In Spring 2016 Dreamliner Arts Club (a collective of 10) transformed a Talbot Dreamliner Vogue into a tiny sci-fi wonderland. The motorhome functioned as an installation, gallery, shop and 2 seat cinema as part of Brighton Artists Open Houses central trail.
A collection of static and interactive sculptural, sound and text works arranged to simulate a bedroom. Exhibited at Wimbledon College of Art degree show in 2015, the installation contained; 3 recordings of automatic songs with typed transcriptions named, "Funeral Song", "Not True" and "Nowhere Town", 4 meditative sculptures, a filing cabinet of everything I wrote that year split into 10 chapters, a handmade coffin with 25 tog duvet interior, cut vinyl wall poem, vinyl floor, and an OPEN sign. The name is taken from a chapter in a Kafka book I was reading at the time. I wanted to make a very personal unedited installation which embraced the morbidity and angst I detected in my automatic work, whilst still retaining a sense of humour and an honest approach to making.