For my degree show, I built a rooftop installation that acted as a stage, and incorporated various narrative sculptures - including a dead pigeon and a wonky tin. The set's windows were made from TV monitors, which showed an absurd film about a red jacket. The chimney pots were hand-thrown, with some glazed. Stacks of risograph prints of three different stories were spread across the stage, available to pick up like posters. The stage was activated at numerous points during the show - twice at the openings and once during the week - by Chlamydia The Band, the musical performance project of Melo D and Camo Mile.