Fiona Banner's artwork repeatedly explores the themes of narrative and history. Her installation Harrier and Jaguar placed two fighter planes in the central atrium of Tate Britain in London. She has explored the retelling of history through war movies, most notably through her book The Nam, which retells major Vietnam films in her own words.
David Kohn founded the London-based practice David Kohn Architects in 2007, specialising in cultural buildings. Projects have included a local arts centre for the Olympic Park Legacy Company, a pavilion for the Architecture Foundation and several West End contemporary art galleries. The practice was awarded Young Architect of the Year in 2009 and One-Off House Architect of the Year in 2010 for a holiday home in Norfolk.