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Taking place in one of North London’s Parks, Project Park will be an engaging and experimental exhibition, celebrating London’s open spaces. Showacasing raw and creatively expansive projects. Creators from any backgrounds have been invited to propose innovative or interactive work which will explore the potential of making for the outdoors; acknowledging the effects of the ever-changing weather.
‘Tiny, tiny spaces’ is an online platform which present a series of commissioned 360° degree landscapes. Using 'DIY Virtual Reality', it features a series of physical 3D spaces designed by Artist wich are virtually experienced thought cardboard headset.
Helping with the organisation, production and installation of the North Woolwich Art Festival in collaboration with A.I.R and Public Work.
Assisting the gallery to install exhibition and organise privates views
Assisting the duo of artist mcgilvary/white in the production and installation of their work.
Participation in the project 30 works 30 days by the 12Ocollective. The project was to submit one work a day. A publication has been released at the end of the project.
Curated by the artist and musician Dan White, the event explore the relationship between music and contemporary art. I created for the event an musical instrument producing sound and colored light at the same frequencies.
Participation in Thomas Zipp's Performance for the exhibition "Thomas Zipp: The Observer as a System With Feedback" at Alison and Jacques Gallery. Participation in Giorgio Sadotti's performance for the exhibition "Speaking Part" at Raven Row Gallery.
The project was to put on the play of the Dostoyevsky’s short story “The Dream of a ridiculous man”. It was directed by Jean Bellorini ( two time Molière Award winner ). It has been performed on the stage of the National Theatre L’Odeon Théatre de L’Europe in Paris, L'Espace 1789 in St Ouen, The Théatre Gérard Philippe in St Denis, the Théatre Rudboeuf in Clichy and the Théatre des Amandier in Asnières.
A high-quality and highly individual publication showcasing 101 creative ways to manipulate, use and decorate your instant analog photos created with Impossible film. Launched at the tail end of September 2012, this 287-page book represents the first creative collaboration between Impossible and the worldwide community of Polaroid and instant analog photography enthusiasts. Instant inspiration. https://shop.the-impossible-project.com/shop/101-ways-book