“When the music stops, all thinking goes out the window. And when your
time is up its not intellectual anger or some primal catharsis you share,
it’s euphoria!”
Time Out

“I start with a crowbar and a computer monitor. It doesn’t shatter. It doesn’t even crack. It just develops a small, regular hole, out of which curls a dusty, glassy gas. This is not something I have seen before. Half my life in front of a computer screen, and I never knew what was inside”
Hugo Rifkind, The Times

“My arm hurts, but those behind the fence shout words of encouragement to keep us going. It’s definitely the most fun destructivist public art event I’ve been to.”
Carlene Thomas-Bailey, The Guardian

Metro Amsterdam

The Guardian

Press TV

The Times

BBC Television

The Londonist

Time Out

Dazed Digital

Epoch Times




Radio interviews with Gareth O’Callaghan 4FM , Chris Evans, Radio 2, and George Lamb, BBC6