Archive of Impossible Objects: Globes, 2019
In Search of an Impossible Object, 2018
Many Worlds Working Group (MWWG), 2017 -
Meinong's Jungle (Theory of Objects), 2015
Not Here, Not Now (Video), 2015
UMK: Lives and Landscapes, 2014
Not Here, Not Now, 2014
The School of Constructed Realities, 2014
Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming, 2013
United Micro Kingdoms, 2012/13
What if... Beijing International Design Triennial, 2011
St Etienne Design Biennale, 2010
Between Reality and the Impossible, 2010
Wellcome Windows, 2010
EPSRC IMPACT! Exhibition, 2010
Designs for an Overpopulated Planet: Foragers, 2009
What If..., 2009
After Life Euthanasia Device, 2009
Work in progress, 2009
Do you want to replace the existing normal? 2007/08
Technological Dreams Series: No.1, Robots, 2007
Spymaker, 2006/07
Evidence Dolls, 2005
Designs for Fragile Personalities in Anxious Times, 2004/05
Is This Your Future? 2004
BioLand, 2002/03
Placebo Project, 2001
Park Interactives, 2000
MSET, 2000/01
Project #26765: Flirt, 1998-00
Weeds, Aliens and Other Stories, 1994-98
Hertzian Tales, 1994-97
Is This Your Future? 2004
Blood/Meat Energy Future
Hydrogen Energy Future
Human Poo Energy Future
Human Poo Energy Future -- Toilet Stool
Human Poo Energy Future -- Poo Lunch Box
Blood/Meat Energy Future -- Teddy Bear Blood Bag Radio
Blood/Meat Energy Future -- Book for Parents
Hydrogen Energy Future -- Contract Birthday Card
Hydrogen Energy Future -- Contract Birthday Card
Hydrogen Energy Future -- Child's Hydrogen Container
Hydrogen Energy Future -- Child Worker's Dress
Hydrogen Energy Future -- Child Worker's Dress
Energy Gallery, The Science Museum, London, 2004

This project is a Critical Design experiment commissioned by the Science Museum exploring different energy futures. The gallery is aimed at children aged between 7 and 14. We chose to design a collection of hypothetical products to explore the ethical, cultural and social impact of different energy futures. Photographic scenarios were used to communicate a set of values driven by social as well as technological changes -- value fictions rather than science fictions.
The scenarios include: domestic hydrogen production and child labour with specially designed family uniforms and corporate logos; bio-fuel created from human waste; and meat-based microbial fuel cells. Each scenario is based on a real technology and simply asks what would happen if this became the main form of energy in the not too distant future.

Photos: Jason Evans
Thanks to: Onkar Kular, APFEL, Hilde Rubecksen