London Fieldworks – Spontaneous City: Hoxton




Interdisciplinary art practice London Fieldworks (Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson) have designed a large-scale permanent installation which is open to occupation to local wildlife. Spontaneous City: Hoxton is a 10 metre long sculpture made up of 212 bird and insect boxes modelled on the compact social housing in the area. Installed as a feature of the recently created new public space at the front of the gallery, the artists have described this work as a ‘poetic and eccentric space creation experiment for birds.’

Duration 16 April 2016 - 17 April 2017
Times Every day, all hours (outdoors)
Cost FREE
Venue Peer
Address 97/99 Hoxton St London N1 6QL, ,
Contact 020 7739 8080 / mail@peeruk.org / www.peeruk.org

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