This is one work. It is still continuing. It is like a collage but one that happens in bits over a long period of time - three and a half years so far. Each window is not quite a piece in the conventional sense of gallery work. They are deliberately simple. Designed to be seen from the bus, car or by passing pedestrians. Each one leaves you slightly dissatisfied, wondering what comes next They have always been unlabelled on site though they are listed and mailed through the art press. The fact that I don't label them, that I'm anonymous unless you happen to meet me on the street may be frustrating for some people but it also leaves you free to make what you like of them. People ring the doorbell or leave notes with their comments. They meet me in the street when I clean the window or video and photograph the work. The video and people's comments have become a diary, a documentary - a series of anecdotes and opinions which surround the windows themselves. You may add your comments by using the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org I'm interested in the way even a simple and apparently banal image or phrase can have multiple meanings. Art objects don't function in isolation. They function in a context. In the gallery that context is clear but on the street it is blurred. Putting images on the street is a form of investigation. I don't know what the piece will be like until it is on the window. They don't always work in the way I expect. People don't always react in the way I expect. The uncertainty is part of the fix. I am appropriating the context in which I work and making it visible. The "shopping" for materials, the comments of passers by are part of my work. The windows themselves are just one element which fits into a niche in the the street - they're part of an urban ecology. They are also a mediator between me, the mostly invisible artist, and you, the audience. I'm signalling wildly through the glass. Do you get the message?