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Selected projects

Efford FM, Plymouth (2010)
Development and production of a community radio play with young people in Efford, Plymouth to be broadcast in July 2010. Commissioned by Heart of Efford Community Partnership.

Critical Friends, Stream, Greenwich, London (October 2008 - ongoing)
Initiation and co-facilitation of a new method of evaluation involving a series of workshops with a group of people living in East Greenwich over three years to become ‘critical friends’, reflecting on and feeding into the commissioning of art in the area where they live.

Tactical Play, Birkbeck Institute for Social Research, London (1 July 2009)
Co-convenor and co-chair with Elaine Speight of the conference Tactical Play which brought together artists and social scientists to discuss playful enquiry as a tactic for research.

FUNding FACTORY, Open SpaceZentrum für Kunst Projekte, Vienna, Austria (8–30 May 2009)
A workshop and exhibition investigating the ways in which artists, commissioners, critics, curators and funders negotiate the ‘cultural production line’.

Het Reservaat, Leidsche Rijn, The Netherlands (2006-2007)
Residency hosted by ‘Beyond Action Research Programme’ leading to the conception and delivery of a community performance with over 100 residents of a new town near Utrecht about the next 1000 years of their new home.

Manifesto of Possibilities, Birkbeck, University of London (2007 – 2008)
Collaboration with Dr. Cameron Cartiere and LCACE, Birkbeck, University of London involving the strategic planning, co-ordination and delivery a one-day action workshop for different stakeholders involved in public art to devise a manifesto for the commissioning of public art, published in December 2007 and launched in January 2008 with a workshop to test the Manifesto.

Almanac of Political Art, Austrian Cultural Forum, London (June 2007)
Publication and one day event at the Austrian Cultural Forum, London to discuss and produce the first Almanac of Political Art with over 80 contributions from around the world, also available to download:

The Sweetest Dream: Unity and Dissonance in Europe, Marble Arch and SPACE, London (2006)
Initiation and delivery of a group exhibition, series of events and a major public art commission in Marble Arch Park by artist Nada Prlja, as a continuation of research into artists responses to notion of unification across Europe.

Reunion, various locations across Europe (2005–2007)
Initiation, management and strategic overview of a series of residencies and public events with artists from South East Europe and the UK. Roles included research, support to artists, liaising with partners, marketing, budget management and fundraising. Supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum, British Council and Visiting Arts.

Real Estate: Art in a Changing City, Institute of Contemporary Art, London (2005)
A B+B project involving the conception and delivery of an ambitious exhibition and series of temporary public art works and performances relating to artists’ approaches to issues of land ownership in London as part of London in Six Easy Steps

Tracing Change: Critical Art and Urban Regeneration, Tate Britain, London (2005)
A B+B workshop involving the conception and delivery of a one day action workshop bringing together planners, architects, arts officers, residents, activists and artists to discuss the role of art in regeneration based on a two-year period of research into three public art projects in the South East of England.