These works of mine feature vehicles as a response to the Roam exhibition. Vehicles which are commonly seen as modes of transport, status symbols, milestones of mechanical engineering and technology, yet most importantly for me they are tools for nostalgia, catalysts, for virtual journeys of the memory and the mind. Previously I have used cars as symbols to reflect on fossil fuels, climate change and toxic masculinity, and most recently with this work to examine personal histories and my own family culture. These works are linked literally to travel and movement by their subjects, the means by which we move. I am also capturing something less tangible, yet more quintessential about roaming and moving about. Collectively these works are about the joy and excitement of movement across a spectrum of time. From the immediate rush of wind on your face as you grip a reving motorbike to the slower rhythmic passage of long highway journey as it blurs into a single experience and everything in-between. The cars and motorbike I am presenting here are about the utopian ideas of holidaying and escapism as much as they are about the physical acts of traveling. To roam is to be free and to be alive!