Native Urban Clearways – Dialogue II is a video and audio installation depicting three disembodied mouths individually filmed, from front and side on angles. The conversing mouths partake in a panoramic, flash and synchronised audio visual sequence that relentlessly bombards the viewer. Once again, employing the cut up technique derived from William. S. Burroughs, each mouth performs delegated lines selected by Wilkinson. The tactful selection of male and female speakers with broad regional accents, spanning from North West England, South East England and North Scotland, highlight Wilkinson’s interest in abstracting the text’s strong Lancastrian jargon with conflicting accents. A bizarre juxtaposition is emphasised when the fragmented text is performed due to the combining of these accents. The inspiration for the work’s content comes from Wilkinson’s own remembering’s and experiences of his upbringing in Lancashire, as well as the jargon and dialect synonymous with the region.