The Water Mill in Walsall was a brand new specialist Dementia Residential Care home purpose built by Housing 21 (H21). Frames of Mind were commissioned to devise and deliver a participatory project in order for Housing 21 Research & Development to investigate the impact of stop frame animation on levels of communication between staff and […]
Working with The Heritage group from Manor Park At Your Convenience is a documentary and photomontage project inspired by the bathroom suppliers, H.M. James & Sons Ltd on Romford Road Est. 1881.
Walking the dog was created as part of Phase one of the Goodmayes Hospital Public Art Project, a partnership between Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure (VRCL) and North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT). We were commissioned to devise a stop frame animation engagement project to facilitate participants exploration and expression of ideas about mental health, […]
Exploding out dated ageisms! Age is Not Beige was a series of intergenerational digital art workshops to explore the language and imagery associated with age and ageing. Workshops were delivered in sheltered housing and libraries across Newham during Newham Word Festival. The digital self portraits produced were screened in Manor Park and Forest Gate libraries […]
Travelling Light was commissioned by Redbridge library Service as part of their multi- disciplined initiative to engage Redbridge communities in conversations around, death dying and planning for end of life. Funded by The Wellcome Trust and Carnegie Trust Engaging Libraries Programme, Redbridge library commissioned us to engage their communities in a participatory project using stop-frame […]
Age is Not Beige (ANB) was a pilot project commissioned by Jewish Care in 2016 to explore how involving residents and staff in the decision making about the content, function and aesthetic of a shared living environment might impact their engagement and wellbeing. The challenge was to transform a dull ‘Lavender Lounge’ in need of […]
A participatory film and anima&on project at Ella & Ridley residential care home, London, in collaborator with Jewish Care. Need Although Ella and Ridley was a well-loved home, it was being relocated to a new-build on another site. The community was understandably anxious: staff and families were concerned about the associated risks of moving frail […]
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