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Upcoming in June: The Storm, exhibition and performance, part of Utopia program Somerset House, commissioned by UCL Urban Lab

Harvesting The Commons receives Funding! June – Oct 2016

6th May: hosting workshop ‘How far a way are we’, Conventions of Proximity, Birkbeck

April: Shortlisted for Climart, Trondheim


26th-29th November ‘back to where we have not quite been’, Arnolfini, Bristol

19th September ‘I travelled with bundles’ performance event, PEER gallery

17th September Resilience workshop with Cabot institute

June – August Everything Happens On The Street, Handling, Alternations and Repairs studio’ Residency with PEER Gallery, Hoxton

April – October Resilience Lab public program and residency,Bristol

Upcoming – The Storm, UCL

May – The Passing, Walcot St, Bath Fringe Festival

28th March – The Collective Tongue part of HECKLE

2nd-6th March – ‘Haptic matters, Aural/Oral muscle’ workshop with Bergen Academy of Art


11-14th March – Real Estates – PEER Gallery – a project by Fugitive Images

12th-15th February – ‘The Collective Tongue’ exhibition, Errant Bodies, Berlin

7th February – ‘Capturing the REAL’ symposium on sound,


6th December – Contributors to Brandon Labelle’s seminar ‘The 6th Housing Estate: Every wall has two sides, South London Gallery

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1st December – ‘the old doors and the golden horn, a series of new mouths’ workshop at Sir John Cass school of art

4th November – Hosts at Situations Lunch Club, Bristol

28th-31st Oct After The Storm at ‘Cities Methodologies’

Join us for after the storm at cities methodologies, a UCL initiative, Slade Research Centre, Woburn Square.

25th-26th Oct ‘The Art of Nature’, Shri Venkateswara Temple

Join us for inner / outer grounds, a rhythm study workshop, seminar and event ‘The Art of Nature’ at the Shri Venkateswara Temple, Birmingham

21st Sep Open City Open House London

Come visit our site on the Wenlock Barn Estate from 12pm – 6pm.

21st June Vertical living TALK with UP projects

Join us for a discussion on vertical living, Saturday 21st June 7-9pm at the Balfron Tower.
The floating cinema, London Festival of Architecture.

Community Meeting Place – receives funding

Join us on the Wenlock Barn Estate where we will be delivering workshops to construct a small timber building with residents

12th April What Survives the Storm


Clore Studio South London Gallery
Following our recent project with Sceaux Gardens estate, What Survives the Storm will explore ideas around collective process and research reviewed through screenings, performance and discussions alongside artefacts dug up on the estate. The day will consider how isik . knutsdotter make immersive and experimental  environments to reveal tacit forms of knowledge and exchange.

28th February, The Storm,

20th Jan ‘What does it feel like to be regenerated?’ 

Regeneration Realities  event  
at A Tiny University in Kilburn


11th December 6pm Launch of Regeneration Realities