Some of their pieces see them engage in performance art in public spaces.
Coagulum (Oxford Street) in 2000, saw them form into a close group on London's Oxford Street, thus disrupting the flow of pedestrians, before entering a shopping centre and dancing to the piped music. For another piece, they played football on The Mall with a rubber skull, using Buckingham Palace and Admiralty Arch as goals.
In 2003, Inventory were nominated for the Beck's Futures prize.
Artist's Proofs May Cause Controversy: Some Publishers, Artists and Dealers Are Battling Misconceptions and Facing Pricing Issues with These Specially Titled Prints. (Special Report)
Feb 01, 2003; A New Hampshire art collector enters a mall gallery and asks the sales associate if she can buy an artist's proof of a popular...