Sid and Jim are an artist collaboration based in London, known for their diverse and thought-provoking artworks that take shape in a wide range of media. Their portfolio encompasses films, sculptures, paintings, and curated exhibitions, each of which serves as a lens through which they illuminate the often-overlooked aspects of our everyday lives. Drawing inspiration from fictional tropes and recognisable motifs within popular culture, Sid and Jim employ invisibility, absence, and humour as key elements in their artistic arsenal. Their works, in many instances, present viewers with enigmatic situations and incomplete narratives, inviting them to engage their imaginations and contribute to the unfolding story. This interactive approach encourages audiences to bridge the gaps in their work and construct their own unique narratives. Sid and Jim have shown their work in a number of solo and duo exhibitions, including notable events such as "Under Wraps" at the Hillstreet Shopping Centre in Middlesbrough (2022), "When Worlds Collide" at Brixton Beneficiary (2022), and "Never seen and yet believed in" at Gallery DODO in Brighton (2021). As well as some of their earlier solo exhibitions, "You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger," at Queen's Hall Digital (2019), "Hold a penny between your finger and thumb" at SKELF (2017), and Level Playing Field, The Wellness and Motivational Center, Leeds (2016). In addition to their solo endeavors, Sid and Jim have participated in numerous group exhibitions at prestigious venues like the Tate Modern in London, the Whitechapel Gallery in London, and the Knockdown Centre in New York City, among others. Their artistic contributions are celebrated for their ability to blur the lines between the real and the imaginary, inviting viewers to explore the uncharted territories of perception and experience.