Mach is heavily influenced by Pop Art and consumerism, and employs a sense of drama, performance and unpredictability in his work. His work explores materiality on a monumental scale through the collation of mass–produced objects, most notably magazines, newspapers and car tyres to form large–scale installations. His work is representational, humorous, often controversial and uses scale in itself to deliberately overwhelm audiences. Mach’s practice subverts traditional meanings assigned to objects by re-assigning his objects with surreal and anarchic connotations. By creating new meaning and subverting what we consider fact Mach manifests work that confronts and surprises audiences and provokes a reconsideration of established perception.