"Two people methodically stretch rubber bands around a watermelon. Carr has formalised the web-sensationalisation of this activity, displaying the full length of this action in a gallery setting. He denies us the instant satisfaction of scrolling through the video online to start the film just before bursting point, and the humour and empathy that comes from watching a wider shot with anxious participants. The only sound is the rubber bands rhythmically snapping tight around the watermelon."
Carr is a dry ice-wreathed artist engaged in the rapturous contortions of an (silent) air guitar epic.
A high definition film that documents the grooming of the prize-winning Japanese poodle, Aona.
A pack of cigarettes are lit and slowly disintegrate into a smoky gravesite.
A self-portrait single take performance that documents Carr interacting with a Japanese children’s plastic bubble-making toy.