The studio promotes an ethos of environmental sustainability through continuing to work with a hybrid of obsolete analogue video equipment and digital editing software wherever possible. This unique studio system with its standard definition 4:3 format is built upon equipment rescued from disposal and provides a distinctive visual treatment designed to reflect the desire to transition towards a circular economy.
Collaboration with songwriter Ebony Lamb and her group Eb & Sparrow to celebrate the release of their album Seeing Things (2018),
Barnacles on the Balls of Industry expanded cinema collaboration with sound artist Simon Cuming for his exhibition
at Toi Poneke Art Gallery Wellington (2021) performance for the CubaDupa festival.
The work was later presented as part of the Hand-made Cinema Festival at The Pyramid Club in Wellington
Title design solutions from the studio collection.