VOLCO 2002-09

A virtual planet in cyberspace created by more than a thousand children

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The Catch 2002

Public artwork on Fanshawe Avenue/Longbridge Road roundabout Barking, London involving over three hundred children.

Where are you going, and what do you wish?
The old moon asked the three.
We have come to fish for the herring fish
That live in this beautiful sea;
Nets of silver and gold have we…
Anon

The Catch at Night

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Momentos 1999

Commission by the Art Gallery of Ontario for a website project with four high schools in Toronto, taking inspiration from their exhibition of works by 19th century Canadian artist Cornelius Krieghoff. Resulted in an online resource and set of virtual postcards. Collaboration with artist Peter Dunn.

Momentos front end

Unlocking the Grid 1999-02

ULG Report CoverA period of Arts Council funded research exploring the creative and learning potential of the National Grid for Learning – a government initiative which equipped all schools with computers and laid down guidelines for the involvement of ICT (information and communications technology) in the delivery of most subjects in the new National Curriculum. This research was key to the development of the VOLCO project.

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Docklands Community Poster Project 1981-1991

Ten years of cultural campaigning with the communities of East London around issues arising from the development of the London Docklands. Production of photo-murals, exhibitions, photographic documentation, graphics and events.

Docks

Collaboration with Peter Dunn and a team involving graphic designers Sandra Buchanan and Dini Lallah, administrator Belinda Kidd and contributions by Tony Minion, Sonia Boyce, Donald Rodney, and Keith Piper.

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