His collaboration with artist Sophie Warren explores the affective forces of architecture and urban space using practice-based methods that span architectural design/research, performance and conceptual art. Funded by Institute Français, Arts Council, British Council and Tate ‘Days of Action’ uses singular and collective actions to examine institutional and political buildings including Tate Modern and French Communist Party HQ. The widely exhibited ‘Rogue Game’ (Rootstein Hopkins award) with Can Altay studies co-habitation and negotiation of space through play.
Following ‘Beyond Utopia’ (publication of AHRC funded ‘Planning for Utopia’ (JM-PI)) the participatory project ‘Utopian Talk-Show Line-Up’ searches for architecture of Utopia that affords co-existence of difference, with events across Europe. Projects have been commissioned, published and exhibited in U.K., E.U., U.S., Armenia, Turkey and Australia.