Slow Burn (threshold) (2017) 12 x 10 metre length dip-painted acrylic paint on bondage rope, knots, steel fixings; Gift of tongues (2017) wall mounted speakers, 50 minute soundtrack

Slow Burn (2017) 12 x 10 metre lengths dip-painted bondage rope, knots, steel fixings; Sun on your skin, that kind of feeling (2017) coloured gel on fluorescent lights; Relief Relief (2017) acrylic paint on tissue paper

Slow Burn (tendril) (2017) (detail)

Slow Burn (2017) 12 x 10 metre length dip-painted acrylic paint on bondage rope, knots, steel fixings; Relief Relief, acrylic on tissue paper (2017); Gift of tongues (2017) wall mounted speakers, 50-minute looped soundtrack

Kissing Seat (2017) Stained ash wood

Slow Burn (threshold) (2017) (detail)

Relief Relief (2017) acrylic paint on layered tissue paper

Gift of tongues (2017) wall mounted speakers, 50 minute soundtrack; Bruno (2017) acrylic on paper, 29 x 42cm

Slow Burn (pause) (2017) 12 x 10 metre length dip-painted bondage rope, knots, steel fixings

Bruno (2017) acrylic on paper, 29 x 42cm

Installation view

Adam (2017) acrylic on paper, 29 x 42cm (L); Oliver (2017) acrylic on paper, 29 x 42cm (R)

Slow Burn (swag) (2017) (detail)

Slow Burn (ornament) (2017) (detail)

Visitor handout, printed drawn map on tracing paper (2017)

Recorded soundtrack, 2 speaker installation in gallery space (50 minutes, looped)

A sense of touch through looking (2017) acrylic on tissue paper, 50 x 74cm. Edition produced for Grand Union

Programme notes for evening screening event. Programmed and designed by Charlotte Procter (collections manager of LUX & member of Cinenova Working Group)

Exhibition flyer, designed by An Endless Supply

PLEASURE IS A WEAPON

Solo exhibition at Grand Union, Birmingham – 1 September to 18 November 2017

Mixed media with 2 speaker, 50-minute looped soundtrack. Featuring recordings by The Brilliant State (collaboration with Rory Pilgrim), Splash Addict (collaboration with Simon Bayliss) and Charm Offensive (collaboration with Dawn Bothwell). Soundtrack produced by Simon Bayliss.

Images courtesy of Grand Union and Patrick Dandy