Tag: public space

Hutong Watch

Silent Cacophony

Silent Cacophony was an installation created in collaboration with Holborn office workers as part of a London-wide initiative exploring alternative ways of commemorating Remembrance Day.

“By experiencing your complex and profound works we have ended up with a shared language to deal with the unsayable.” – Maurice Biriotti, CEO SHM Productions.

Radical Rests

Conceived as a radically accessible version of the viral planking craze, Radical Rests concerns itself with making visible the rests that those with disabling conditions have to take in public space.

“Radical Rests is a photographic series that began with a photo taken by my cousin when I was incapacitated by my chronic pain condition while on a family outing in Cambridge. I usually add a photo to the series each time I perform Public Selfcare System.

The Slow GIF Movement

The Slow GIF Movement takes the ubiquitous, flashing, momentary image of a GIF and reimagines it as slow, durational artworks and a public health intervention for the online world.

Can I Help You?

Can I Help You? offers free help to passers-by and the general public. There are no plans and no boundaries: anything goes, the only requirement is that we figure it out together.

“A beautiful, open intervention that allows people to find their own ways to shape it.” Mel Evans, Liberate Tate.

Public Selfcare System

Public Selfcare System is a one-to-one performance, direct action, a tandem jump into the unknown, and a masterclass in the radical act of stopping.

“thank you for making such clear-sighted, gentle, insistent work” – audience member