Graffiti Tags are pseudonyms, used by Graffiti Artists to mark where they have been and define personal territory in public spaces. In the series Tags, Lewis cuts Graffiti Tags directly from the surfaces they were sprayed onto, such as doors, cladding, concrete slabs and wooden fencing. Through the process of cutting out the Tags, Davidson turns the fixed and 2D into moveable objects, transforming markers of place and identity into autonomous forms. Nothing is changed in the internal structure of the Tag itself, other than the context around it. Yet through this process, Lewis highlights the influence of context and its effect upon how we perceive objects, their associations and position of value in culture.