Tweed: 1847 (perhaps as early as 1831), a trade name said to have developed from a misreading of ‘tweel’, Scottish variant of ‘twill’, “cloth woven in parallel diagonal lines”.

Giclée print, edition of 20. Derived from “Untitled (Live at Mutek 2002)”, a generative application.

Contribution to “Template” and “Template II”, two group exhibitions curated by Joe Gilmore (qubik) and Christopher Murphy (Fehler).

Shown at Sightsonic 2008, York (UK), March 2008, and the Lovebytes festival in Sheffield (UK), April 2010.