A side project by Avant-Gardener, Paul, exploring the 'further shores of pop culture' through creative interventions and collaborations
Performance artist behind such characters as Mertle and Rita Greebe, the hostess of Birdwatchers' Wives. Funny and incisive and sometimes collaborator with Avant-Gardener, Paul
An intriguing project by artist Daniel Staincliffe looking at the presence of wild boar in the UK. The work includes a residency in the Forest of Dean and is well worth checking out
A fascinating sound map that brings together an array of maps covering everything from day to day sound to wildlife sounds of the city.
Abbey Gardens in E15 has been transformed by the community working with artists; Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie through their project What Will the Harvest Be?
The Stanley Picker Gallery at the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Kingston University, works with artists, designers, students and academics to facilitate and provide access to a broad programme of exhibitions, collaborative projects, events and education initiatives.
Exciting work by artist and designer exploring the dynamics between art, design and biology
Invisible Dust explores our responses to air pollution, health and climate change through joint art and science ventures
Studio Voltaire is the first and only artist-led gallery and studio complex in South-West London. Established in 1994, the organisation has developed a reputation for supporting artists at a pivotal stage in their careers through an ambitious public programme of exhibitions, commissions, live events and offsite projects
A blog archiving some of the events and projects curated as part of the Hayward's outreach programme 2003 - 2007. Avant-Gardeners Paul and Polly ran this programme of activities to engage the community with the Hayward's exhibitions and develop new audiences
public works is an art/architecture colletive consisting of architects Sandra Denicke-Polcher, Torange Khonsari, Andreas Lang and artist Kathrin Bohm, who have been collaborating in different constellations since 1998.
All public works projects address the question how users of public space are engaging with their environment and how design and programmatic strategies can support and facilitate physical, economical and social infrastructures in the public realm. public works' art and architecture collaboration is using the methodology of art led processes to explore how existing social dynamics can inform spatial, architectural and urban proposals.
An exhibition of 26 works created by trendsetting Nordic and international contemporary artists working in the intersection between art, culture and climate change</p>
Greenwich based public and collaborative arts
Stream produces public and collaborative art. They commission artists to create high quality projects which are location specific and respond to the characteristics of a place or priorities of an area