Harris Museum & Art Gallery 2007
Talking On Corners Speaking In Tongues was a mini retrospective at the Harris Art Gallery and Musuem showing work from selected exhibitions including :
- Uncomfortable Truths at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
- Fabrications C.U.B.E. Manchester
- Plan B, Tate St Ives
- Naming The Money, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
- Distance No Object, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham
It also included a series of small paperworks/collages/prints
Kangas and Other Stories originally shown in the exhibition Migratory Aesthetics at Leeds University Gallery in 2006
Selected pieces from this work were also shown at Peg Alston Gallery New York in 2008
Cotton.com was also shown as part of the exhibition Fabrications at C.U.B.E. in Manchester other artists included Sarah Carne, Adam Chodzko, Nathan Coley, Layla Curtis, and Sarah Waring
Plan B paintings were originally shown as Plan B a solo exhibition at Tate St Ives in 1999/2000 one of the paintings from the show the iconic Plan B was later acquired by for the contemporary collection by Birmingham City Art Gallery.
Distance No Object
Distance No Objects paintings were shown in the group exhibition Distance No Object at the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle County Durham, in 2005. Other artists in the show included Patricia Walsh, Mark Parkinson and Susan Walsh
Naming The Money consisted of 100 painted life-sized wooden cut out figures, originally shown at the Hatton Gallery Newcastle in 2004, which explored the multiple themes of naming, belonging, invisibility and survival.
The exhibition also included a soundtrack with music and voice as well as the original Naming The Money Paperworks.