‘Caveman Bill’ 45 mins loop. In an ongoing collaboration with Yukon resident Caveman Bill, I have produced a slow 360° panning shot of the inside of Bill’s cave, which he has lived in for the past 12 years. Bill narrates the stories of all the objects we see in the room/cave, from a cool-box he found floating down the Yukon river, to a stove he inherited from 2by4 Bob. The stories and readings of the image both confirm and deny romantic interpretations of Bill’s life in the far north.

Created from materials found in the streets around a disused office block near the Tate Modern, I have made an installation for this video half way between a viewing booth and Bills cave. As the text explores the representation of the objects in the video, the viewing booth/cave explores the functionality and aesthetics of its own construction.