Kevin McCoy and his wife Jennifer McCoy produce collaborative artwork, which has been exhibited internationally by art centres such as the Centre Pompidou, the Museum of Modern Art New York, the British Film Institute, the Hannover Kunstverein, the pkm Gallery and the Artists Space New York. The New York based couple uses installation, performance, interactive media and video to explore the impacts of technological progress, mass media and global commerce. The McCoys are wellknown for the reprocessing of films, which they compartmentalize and sequence using their own schemes, such as Every Shot Every Episode (2001), which dissects scenes from Starsky and Hutch and arranges them according to categories such as ‘every racial stereotype’ or ‘every sexy outfit’. In their recent work, they create dystopic visions of the future by creating dioramas, which use mixed mediums of video recordings, monitors and images. Reminiscent of model railways, these tiny recreations of non-descript landscapes are equipped with cameras, which project real-time video loops on displays and walls. Recent awards have been granted by the Headlands Center for the Arts Studio Residency(2014), Guggenheim Fellowship (2011), Harpo Foundation (2009), Wired Magazine(2005) and Rotterdam Film Festival (2003). Reviews of their work have appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Wired Magazine, HuffingtonPost, Art in America, among others. Information about their projects can be found at mccoyspace.com.