Empire (flag with a hole) (2016)

Concrete, dye and modelling details
64 x 155 x 10 cm

Empire (flag with a hole) (detail)

A-Frame Housing Complex (2015)
Jesmonite and modelling details
64 x 60 x 60 cm

The Dying God Shall Rise Again (2013)
Wood veneer, metal and Jesmonite
95 x 70 x 35 cm

The Dying God Shall Rise Again (detail)

In the Fullness of Time (2012)
Jesmonite, paint, paper and wood
2.50 metres x 2.50 metres x 10 cm

In the Fullness of Time (detail)

By Fire, Nature is Renewed Whole (2012)
Cardboard, gesso, fabric and wood
2.25 metres x 2.25 metres x 30 cm

By Fire, Nature is Renewed Whole (detail)

Numbers Station Beacon/Community Broadcast Tower (2009)
Wood, speakers, audio soundtrack
4.50 x 1.24 x 1.24 metres
Exhibited: ‘Tempo Skien’ Norway, outdoor sculpture commission

Numbers Station Beacon/Community Broadcast Tower
Exhibited: Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2009

Amphitheater/Rally Ground/Meditative Arena (2007)
Wood, modelling details, Black tourmaline crystal, fabric banner
12.3 x 51 x 51 cm each

Amphitheater/Rally Ground/Meditative Arena (detail)

New Worship (2007)
Wood, speakers, soundtrack, modelling details
92.5 x 58 x 58 cm each

New Worship (detail)

Industrial Society and Its Future’, Unabomber’s Cabin, Montana, 1996 (2006)
Wood, modelling details, video
36 x 34 x 26.5 cm

‘Industrial Society and Its Future’, Unabomber’s Cabin, Montana, 1996 (2006)
Video screenshot which plays inside the cabin

Project Echelon (2005)
Acrylic domes, laser pointers, modelling details
1st and 2nd domes 60 cm diameter, 3rd dome 40 cm diameter

Project Echelon (detail)

The Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International, Hollywood (2005)
Cardboard, paint, soundtrack
78 x 121 x 104 cm

Project HAARP, Gakona, Alaska (2004)
Acrylic domes, laser pointer, modelling details
1st dome 60 cm diameter, 2nd dome 80 cm diameter

Project HAARP, Gakona, Alaska (detail)

Concorde, Gonesse, France, 2000 (2001)
Cardboard, aluminium foil, spray paint
3 x 3 metres

“The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, site of Wednesday’s car bombing that left 78 people dead and hundreds injured or missing, April 22, 1995” (1998)
27 x 39 x 22 cm