Within Geraint Evans interpretations of guidelines for family care, the visual warnings and tableaux which were once a source of comfort seem out of sorts and corrupt. The participants are tired of their roles as passive volunteers and have become perpetrators and meddlers; a medicine cabinet is as accessible as a bubble-gum machine whilst children are positively encouraged to participate in dark deeds.

The works' graphic application and references to popular instructional imagery renders each visual scenario acceptable and commonplace, presenting the viewer with a reinvented sense of normality.