Since 1994 Naomi Siderfin and David Crawforth have collaborated together on art projects using the moniker BAW (Beaconsfield Art Works). A wide range of provocative and influential works include A Public Work of Art (with Angus Neill), Royal Festival Hall, London, 1995,  Thatched, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1996,  Clouding the issue, Gasworks, London, 1999,  RAF, SensationHamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, 1999, EarthshakerStavangar Bienial, Norway, 2000,  Element, UKS Bienial, Alta, Norway, 2001,  God Machine, Chronic Epoch, London, 2005,  Undergrowth, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, 2007, White Hole, Terminal, Tate Britain, London, 2008,  Salah Days, Skydive, Houston, 2010 and  Diluvial (with Bruce Gilbert), Aldeburgh Music/ Beaconsfield/ Touch Music, 2011-13.  Currently digitising further historical material and working on new pages to reveal this sustained activity Thatched

Thatched, Roadworks, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1996.