A T-Shirt intervention project that looks at clothing as a medium for personal and political expression. The public were invited to create their own t-shirt slogans and also wear them, considering the discursive arena that comes with what we dress.
A large-scale public performance piece, created with community members, hospice patients, bereaved families and primary school children. The storyline focused on a folk song about journeys to the unknown, with a collectively-made felt mantle and mask head being displayed.
An outdoor sculpture of the mythical Pegasus, that journeyed around central London with a band and costumed choir on board. The float was created and embellished in workshops with patients, families, carers and staff of St. Christopher’s Hospice.
A multiple-location social intervention work, looking at the theme of courage. Five site-specific pieces, including puppetry, aerialists, choir, skateboarding and sound installation, unfolded amongst a wandering public.
A workshop series where individuals without artistic training came weekly to explore text through creative writing, spoken word and performance. This culminated in a site-specific intervention that involved audience participation, the selection of books and group reading exercises.
An exhibition and outdoor performance that was brought together after a 6-month residency in the borough. Through parkour, free running, song, drumming and fire, the project investigated our attachment to place and our longing to escape.