Money Talks consists of two parts, both based on my time working as a bank teller. The first is a collection of notes deposited by customers, each with something written on them. This ‘mutilated’ money is normally sent off to be destroyed and remade, keeping the currency circulation clean. The second aspect of the work details observations I have made during my time at the bank, seemingly trivial but increasingly obvious, while dealing with peoples finances on a daily basis. Together the two give an example of our interaction with money, and how its influence in society is often referenced but rarely contemplated.