On the 1st April 2010, artist Ellie Harrison launched the Artists’ Lottery Syndicate forming a forty-strong collective of UK based artists to join forces to play The National Lottery over the course of a year, with the hope of hitting the jackpot. The Syndicate ran from 1st July 2010 – 1st July 2011 and was a fun and social group activity, which operated as a gentle critique of artists’ relationships to the economy, as well as a potential money-maker.

As a duo, LOW PROFILE split their winnings two ways and on the completion of the project (having each invested £104 over the year) took away £29.90 to share between them/invest back into their collaborative art practice.