Kim Adams began his career as a painter but quickly turned to sculpture and installation projects. He refashions ready-made materials, including trucks and garden sheds, into uniquely absurd hybrid structures suitable for dwelling and mobility. His highly engaging works comment on consumerism, leisure, and modern social adaptation. The "two-headed lizard" is inspired by an Australian reptile whose camouflage consists of a tail-end knob resembling a head. Unable to work out which way the creature will flee, hunters and predators are hard put to fell the creature with a "single shot".