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Fantastic Scenes from Hiroshima New Zealand Farm (2016). Concept video for an installation commissioned by the Dunedin Public Art Gallery for the Rear Window project space. Curated by Lauren Gutsell

Local Knowledge (2011). Group exhibition curated by Emma Bugden, Dowse Art Museum Lower Hutt. Mike was invited to temporarily alter two dioramas from the Petone Settlers' Museum collection, suggesting alternative histories of the Hutt Valley. Above: Nazis Observe Belmont, below: Spanish invade Waiwhetu. Photo credits: John Lake 

Root Mean Square(2012). Video collaboration with Eugene Hanson,

Te Tuhi Gallery Auckland

BAD VIBES (2012). Site specific video installation responding to the notion of spirituality. Commissioned for Camp Low Hum music festival at Flock House, a disused agricultural collage in the lower North Island town of Bulls. The work imagines a ritualistic site discovered under the historic school house. Curated by Sarah-Jane Parton

BEST BEFORE (2011). Site specific installation located in the canteen at Flock House, a disused agricultural collage in the lower North Island town of Bulls. Commissioned for the  Camp Low Hum music festival art exhibition curated by Sarah-Jane Parton.

MARTIAN CHANNEL CHROMA (2010). 5 channel video installation and two motorized dioramas, sound design by Menno Huibers. Film Archive Media Gallery Wellington.

Curated by Mark Williams as part of the childrens' film festival and school holiday programme.