Painted (?) on what appear to be bits of old cardboard boxes, this and other pictures in the same room were the most successful of the current exhibits at The Saatchi Gallery IYAM. This picture, in particular, was powerful and affecting. I've included the viewer (a) for scale; (b) because I think he adds interest and context; and (c) because if I just took a picture of the picture I could link via the web and leave it at that.
A rough stab at a video to show you what I was up to about 10 days ago. Things I'd change? I'd have a wider spread on the mics; I'd have a picture at the beginning of the video so it isn't just a black screen that looks as if it has been taken down; and I'd shoot the cougher (which would also mean shooting myself, since I was coughing away like a good one at the concert, albeit that at least I kept it to the breaks like a good listener should).
Update: the video appears to have disappeared - no idea why. Sorry about that. Imagine, if you will, a short video of a brilliant conductor and his orchestra, a video so moving it wins the Palme d'Or at Cannes and international plaudits - that's what you are missing.