The exhibition consists of a new body of thematic work – a series of wall and floor assemblages delving into the bizarrely high occurrence of premature death in the Guinness family. The exhibition touches on speculation, myth, superstition and, inevitably, pop culture itself. In keeping with Beckett’s vocabulary, the works are developed in a macabre museological sphere, using formal artifacts to legitimatize peripheral narrative. The pieces combine biographical elements from each family member portrayed with merchandise from the brewing company itself – a mélange evoking discomfort through clash. Using display grids, additional planes of custom printed fabrics and tinted glass evoke an austerity, making for an environment of fatality – then memorial.