Kenyon uses his art to challenge The Man — the military-industrial complex, or the corporation, in all sorts of fun mischievous ways. He uses sculpture, software and living organisms “to explore the effects of global corporations, military-industrial complexes and the line between human and artificial life”.
At TED, he presented his Notepad project, a way of physically smuggling the names of every Iraqi civilian killed since the US invasion into US Congress. How? By designing the names in teeny-tiny letters into the lines of specially created ruled notepaper — and then sending them to Congressmen.