with Alexander Kell: Museum of Debt 

The Museum of Debt is an exploration of the unspoken in a contemporary British workplace - most specifically a workplace where the task in hand is the preservation of dead objects - inanimate historical trinkets which pass on their own ossification to their watchmen & watchwomen, and breed a myriad of depressions. Between the concussion of photography and irony of poetries, so the Museum of Debt is about mortality, and a mild form of waking death. Both poet & photographer involved were involved doing the job they documented. A project of internal projection with an innately shared set of meanings and experiences.  (A selection from a larger work previously published, in part, by OFI press)

Featured in Enemies: the selected collaborations (2013) http://theofipress.webs.com/fowlersj.htm