Paris and Darmin collaborate on art as well as film and audio projects. They work in digital media, photography and sculpture as well as multimedia installation and performance art.
Awards: In 2012 they won the Coraki Art Prize for Utopia Towers a 2 metre high effigy of a multi-storey skyscraper made entirely of photographs, digitally and manually collaged to create a parodic temple to the urban dream.
Current: Their most recent multimedia sculpture, The Prostitution of Time, explores the utopian/dystopian aspects of time, money and art in the modern world and is installed in Nimbin School of Arts Hall as part of the Nimbin Spring Arts Exhibition 2014.
More details and photos of our collaborative art projects can be found at http://www.pd.peppercornproject.com