Text artist Clarke sources her work from existing written material
or the spoken word. In What To Do If Lightening Strikes,
she uses all the questions from British Number One Hits from 2002.
Pared down and minimal these strips of text sound familiar, yet
separated from the context of the song they are, in many cases,
hard to place. Flyposted around the area surrounding the gallery,
the artist uses the rituals of advertising to puzzle the viewers
and create a sense of unease. Presented together in the gallery,
the work questions cultural and social priorities.