Now part of the London Festival of Architecture 2015
A Giants Dolls House is a collaborative participatory project initiated by architect Catja de Haas. I collaborated and supported the project and worked with over 60 children from Artescape, Hanover and Yerbury schools based in North London, also inviting other schools across London to take part. Each child made their own house in a shoebox. We had over 150 SHOEBOX houses on the wall of Testbed1.
Connected with ropes, ramps, and ladders to create a gigantic dolls’ house. The project highlighted the importance of a home for all and therefore we ask for a contribution of one pound from each participant for the housing charity Shelter.
TESTBED 1- 33 Parkgate Road – SW11 4NP, London – www.TESTBED1.com
As part of Stream – an exhibition of work created by Artist in Residence, Luce Choules, helped by a team of Museum Volunteers and local families. Luce, an international artist, produces maps that are very different from the regular Ordnance Survey variety.
Currently participating on a year-long programme for artist educators and arts project managers run by Engage. Extend is a series of residential workshops, training, mentored and collaborative research projects.