Beagles and Ramsay’s collaborative practice aims to create a body of work capable of articulating the absurd, disturbing and humorous character of contemporary culture. Within large-scale theatrical sets, utilising various artistic mediums, they have deployed a stable of fictional characters and doppelganger selves who have excessively consumed the products of late capitalism. Displaying symptoms of mental and physical mutation, the actions of these fictional and doppelganger selves have all been flavoured with a ribald, caustic humour. Recent exhibitions include, "Hertie Querty" Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Blode Ziege, Galeria Nuno Centuno, Porto, Portugal, 2011 "Rubble Stir", The Glue Factory, October 2010, Edinburgh Art Festival Summer 2010, "The Shoe Show" Glasgow International Festival April 2010, "Uncle Chop Chop" Embassy, Edinburgh 2009 and The State, Glasgow, 2010 "Warehouse of Horrors" SWG3, Glasgow November 2009 "Song Show" Artlab, University of Western Ontario, Canada October 2009 "Running Time - Artists Film in Scotland from 1960 to Now" Dean Gallery, Edinburgh October 2009 "Radio Trionfera" Villa Romano, Florence, Italy September 2009. Past exhibitions include: Zenomap, Venice Biennale 2003; Videodrome, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Dub’l Introoder, Transmission, Glasgow; and PS1, MOMA Contemporary Art Centre, New York, 2004.