The woman's story is a classic but barely disguised male fantasy: a pathetic man is washed up on a paradise island, and miraculously stumbles across the woman of his dreams. The man falls hopelessly in love, and the perfect relationship ensues. However, their affair turns sour and the man disappears to 'get some space' - and gets washed up on a paradise island, where he miraculously stumbles across the woman of his dreams.
'Drive In' is installed in gallery spaces as an endless loop: the woman's story and the couple's road journey recur endlessly, as a seamlessly conjoined circle. Writing in Art Monthly in 2008, critic Jennifer Thatcher stated that 'Drive In' "seems to be suggesting a new direction in experimentation."