Smoke Room: 26 Surf Street
“This spectral theme revealed itself more manifestly in the rear bedroom, where Cameron Robbins had cleared the space of all objects to create a vortex like phenomena though the use of a smoke machine and carefully manipulated flows of air.
If the artists had suggested the possibilities or potential in negative spaces such as holes or gaps, this room’s ethereal manifestation of spiralling smoke was predicated upon such negative spaces where air and smoke could flow […]
The whirling smoke, never quite tangible, always on the point of collapse - enacted out the fate of the house in miniature – releasing a flurry of energy before the final erasure”.
- Simon Cooper, Writer