Jonny Lyons' practice explores the fragility of friendship and adventure through performances documented by photography and film.  He often creates ingenious devices, or functioning sculptures, to execute his 'hand-crafted mischief' which are presented - having fulfilled their one purpose - as relics of the event, together with the photographic evidence. But the photographs are not simply documentation of a sequence of anarchic events. They fix the moment between 'cause' and 'effect' and are imbued with wit, melancholy and the physical humour of early silent cinema. In carrying out these processes, collaborations and journeys Lyons attempts to reconcile reckless youth with the pressures of adulthood; these are snap-shots of ‘Lost Boys’ putting their most dangerous, outlandish ideas into practice and - one feels, with some luck - getting away with it.