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About

White Line Projects is a London-based curation studio founded by curators and exhibition makers Fiona McKay and Xenia Capacete Caballero. Working internationally, we design and produce a range of outcomes from exhibitions to installations, digital experiences and content creation. We also lend our experience to archives on both the digitisation process and museum practices. WLP works with brands, cultural institutions and private clients to develop and produce exciting but elegant results that engage with audiences and enhance their experiences. At WLP Studio, we collaborate with a network of creatives from different disciplines that facilitate a creative result to meet the client's brief. Clients include University of Westminster, Roca London Gallery, British Council, Centre for Fashion Enterprise, Dress and Textile Specialists, Invaluable.com, Baluba, ThinkHouse PR, P1.CN, Amy de la Haye, The National Gallery and London College of Fashion, the Portuguese Embassy London, and Central Saint Martins Museum.