Inspired by gay Cuban artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres work “Untitled” (Death by Gun), 1990, this exhibition will be based on research conducted on the gay killings that took place in Sydney in the 1980s till 2000s. This will result in a series of works highlighting the high number of victims and the fact that many attacks are still unsolved. One of the issues highlighted by the police is the difficulty in claiming that an attack was a gay hate crime. Was the victim known to be gay to the attacker? Utilizing the language of modernism that created clean, clinical space free of interpretation, this exhibition will counteract the seemingly accepted view of modernist design and continues Walls’ interest in how society continues to humanise modernist/minimalist theory and practice to reflect an interpretation of the individual relating to identity and sexuality.