The vinyl project uses installations made of vinyl film as signs and graphics output from the computer plotter and cutter. Vinyl is the single unifying means of making these works into a common medium, almost a theme of sorts.
For the most part, it is a textual and graphical project, alongside the use of vinyl as a more purely inert material, used by some of the participants to build and construct. The new work is layered onto existing surfaces, prominent features, and other facets of a building that remains unaltered by these additions. Its presence is left to be discovered in the new context, situated in a collective space normally used for a different purpose: a school on Sullivans Quay, Cork.