A sequel to the previous film Trevety, this film was created in a similar way but with a different group dynamic.
These works were made with reference to Courbets paintings of the area, and with a playful nod to the hot summers and languid relationships characterised by the French New Wave.
Trevety was first shown at Spike Open 2002. It was shown again as part of A Certain Tendency, curated by Francesco Manacorda, Thomas Dane Gallery, London.
Trevety 2 was made during a Henry Moore Fellowship at Spike Island, Bristol. It was first shown as part of Bud, a solo show at Spike Island 2003, alongside Flyover and Entre Chien et Loup. It subsequently toured to Anna Schwartz Gallery as part of the Melbourne Biennale 2003.