At Home, Everywhere and Nowhere is a solo exhibition shown collaboratively across both Workplace and Gathering gallery. Passing Warwick street, one is confronted with the large backside of an inflatable duck representing, or alluding, to the absurdity of the artist’s own ego. It is ‘an object trapped within its own skin’; both in its iconographic history from animated character to large inflatable parade object, and its role as a trapped and fragile being on the precipice of puncture. Throughout his work, Barclay mimics the unplanned walking direction of the urban drifter through his amalgamation of psychologically charged props, spears, neon-lights and layers of the self. Here, METAL speaks to the artist about his practice.