Over the course of two months, the artist worked with a group of ten young people, living across the country, meeting on Skype to develop a digital display for Tate Modern's Turbine Hall during the event Access, Change, Learning in June 2015. The resulting art work was a series of stacked plinths using projection mapping techniques to showcase a series of videos and animations. Young people were involved in every aspect of the project, learning skills in software, tech set up and involving the audience in curating the content on display.

The process by which the work was made it documented in a blog post, and in the video below.