A Constructed World's work is characterised in an expansive project that challenges conventional structures, maintaining an interogtive attitude to subject matter, materials and how meaning accumulates. Their interest in making speech material, proceeding without knowing, and using the ready to hand is reflected in their performance works, installations and events. They enjoy the company of others and often invite friends and colleagues to participate in works and conversations that attempt to counteract the narrowing discourses and tedious processes that currently pervade the space of culture and politics.
A Constructed World have a number of ongoing projects that will finally be presented as archives, including documentation of participants contributions, texts, images, diagrams and objects. One such work is Explaining contemporary art to live eels, conference-style events where invited art experts transmit their research to live eels held in aquatic installations in exhibitions, later returned to the waters they came from. The project began in 2004 and has since been commissioned by numerous art centers and museums including the CAPC Musée d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; La Panacée, Centre de Culture Contemporaine, Montpellier; and Villa Arson, Nice. The most recent edition, Parler aux angiilles, commissioned by Cneai Pantin and the Department of the Seine-Saint-Denis, was situated along the Quay de l'Aisne from November 2017 to June 2018 and includes contributions from invited guests and passers-by.
A Constructed World have presented retrospective and survey exhibitions in museums in Australia, Italy and France including A Dangerous Critical Present, Museo d'Arte Contemporea di Villa Croce, Genova; Based On A True Story, Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne; Saisons Increase, CAPC Musée d'Art Contemporain, Bordeaux; and Increase Your Uncertainty, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
Performances have been commissioned by institutions such as the Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Nuit Blanche at the Convervatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers; FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims; and Paola Pivi's Grrr Jamming Squeek, Sculpture International Rotterdam.
In 2018 édition Mix published Idéologie & A Constructed World, a by-lingual book of the complete writings of A Constructed World. The forty plus texts make evident the artist's overall ideology, providing a background context to their wider project of inclusion, collaboration and bringing people together. The book is distributed by les presses du réel in Europe and Telephone publishing in English speaking countries.