Untitled (Tate Britain), 2009. Video projection with sound and 11 artworks from the museum’s collection.

Sir Max Beerbohm, A Quiet Morning in the Tate Gallery, 1907; Francis Picabia, Conversation I, 1922; William Turner of Oxford, A Water Mill, circa 1830-5; Naum Gabo, Linear Construction No 2, 1970-71; Angus Fairhurst, When I Woke Up in the Morning, the Feeling Was Still There, 1992; William Hogarth, Heads of Six of Hogarth’s Servants, circa 1750-5; Samuel Colman (or Coleman), The Death of Amelia, 1804; Sir Ham Thornycraft, Teucer, 1881; Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square: Departing in Yellow, 1964; Nan Goldin, Misty and Jimmy Paulette in a Taxi, NYC, 1991; John Piper, Foliate Head, 1971.