Animated maps of the United States are covered in red patchwork cloth, before a hole forms in the southern USA, through which the globe of planet Earth descends in free fall.
"This work was made while I was at graduate school in Arizona, November 2004, just after the United States presidential elections. It is both a record of and response to that event. Television channels tracked the voting progress by displaying a map of American states. Each state filled with either red or blue as the votes were counted. Bush or Kerry. The map slowly filled up with red, as the central, rural states results are counted first, leaving the blue east and west coast sea states stranded between them."
Moments of contact based on an email exchange between the two artists and friends, as they try to retain points of connection.
Landscape footage of Nevada, USA, is overlaid with Cliff Fell's poem The M at the End of the Earth.
Members of the LGBT community in Nelson, New Zealand gather for a mass hula hoop event, in this work about body physicality and visual spectacle.
An ordinary and diverse group of students reenacts Raphael's The School of Athens (1510–11).