The Demise of the Man on Horse is an investigation into Man on Horse monuments. Starting initially with King Leopold II and the other ‘immortalised’ men on horseback, we explored the process in which horses have become heavily associated with the masculine ideal, on monuments or otherwise. The book is a collection of essays, written in dedication "to all men whose time has come to get off their high horse". To launch the book we organised a funeral to delcare the trope of the Man on Horse as something of the past.
In collaboration with Ellen Pearson, Lena Joutsemo, Thea Christy Parker and Tristan Roques.