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  1. Allegorhythms – Bill Daggs

    Artist Bill Daggs will take over Metroland Studios Gallery and create a space for listening, rest, and meditation.

    8th – 24th September 2023

  2. Kamile Ofoeme

    Artist Kamile Ofoeme has produced a series of new text and image works, to be presented across four billboards in Brent and Clapham.

  3. Theo White

    Artist, Art Director and Fashion Stylist Theo White presents The Dolls, two newly-commissioned portraits installed on high-street billboards in partnership with BuildHollywood and Studio Voltaire.

  4. Jorell Bonnick

    Brent-based ActionSpace artist Jorell Bonnick presents a new billboard commission in partnership with BuildHollywood and Studio Voltaire.

  5. Sadia Pineda Hameed

    Artist Sadia Pineda Hameed presents four billboard artworks as part of her commission, featuring interconnected conversations that bring together moments of recognition and rupture between languages, cultures and generations.

  6. Sarah Rose

    Sarah Rose’s ‘An Open Letter of Many Replies’ at Roundwood Park, Harlesden, considers the permeability of borders and the queer ecologies that thive beneath, between and through enclosure.

  7. Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman

    Artist, illustrator and zine-maker Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman’s commissioned series of paintings, titled ‘Unfurnished’, is both a visual folk history and a dreamscape of migrants making homes in Britain.

  8. Katarzyna Perlak

    Artist Katarzyna Perlak presents her new commission, ‘darning and other times’ at St Matthew’s Church, Willesden, inviting conversations to form between queer and Catholic aesthetics, and folk practices.

  9. Shenece Oretha

    A newly commissioned installation by Shenece Oretha that spotlights the sounds and stories of multifunctional community spaces, including those of the tabernacle’s past, of other spaces in Brent and those of the artist’s own personal history within London community halls.

  10. Zinzi Minott

    Artist Zinzi Minott presents ‘Fi Dem I-V’, a durational moving image project and continued investigation into Blackness and Diaspora.