Yes, DoL Po was something a little different and more politically motivated than previous exhibitions. The ‘DoL’ in DoL Po stands for ‘Division of Labour’, and the painting Medium of Exchange is actually one of a few collaborative paintings I made with creative friends Rebecca and Mike. It actually started out as an idea for a pub sign and the paintings where exhibited back to back. We took the idea of a magic trick, and the idea of a glove – actually, a beekeepers glove, which renders the hand invisible. So it becomes a reference to Adam Smiths’ ‘invisible hand theory’, which invokes references to income distribution, economic growth, trade and exchange, or simply put, capitalism. You put a half in and you get a full coin back. This all flips back on itself as the coin simultaneously relates to the phases of the moon, which like the tide of the sea, we are all under its influence.